Jean Pierre Schoss, the wildly creative mind behind Dog Bite Steel works with the human form and images from nature. His work is created by recycling steel from oil tanks, farm implements or any found steel that is thick enough to be used. He cuts apart, heats and recreates the steel in order to orchestrate his ideas. Some pieces are forged and pounded into new forms. He also uses the scraps of steel that have fallen away from other works to build 3-dimensional sculpture. The result is a multi-colored form with images hiding within the form. It becomes the life of the old steel within the life of the first pieces within the life of the new piece.
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