Rodger Stevens is a New York born and bred artist, who creates lyrical sculptures using steel and brass wire.
Each piece, designed and executed by the artist himself, is the result of careful thought and engineering springing from an imagination steeped in literature, science, mathematics, and memory. A graduate of the Parsons School of Design in New York, Rodger’s work is inspired by the everyday and the fleeting. A glimpse of scaffolding rising up off the city street, a song his daughter sings while doing homework – these passing moments sear themselves into the visual narratives his work strives towards. Internationally exhibited, from the Whitney Museum to the Starbucks Flagship Store in Panama City, Panama, Rodger Stevens has found universal acclaim by creating pieces that tug at the familiar while remaining wholly themselves.