Sample Historical Sculptural Works BY ROBERT J. DOWNING @Pygoya Webmuseum
Precast Concrete Facing Design: Medical Sciences Building,
University of Toronto. 1966-69.
A total of one dozen panel designs.
Contracted in partnership with Ted Bieler.
Rolling Cube Wall. 1967-69.
Precast Concrete. 11'H.X44"W.X6"D.
Medical Sciences Building, University of Toronto.
Primary Units Through Space. 1967-69.
9'H.X18'W.X5'D. Welded & Polished Aluminum.
Mohawk College of Art & Technology, Hamilton, ON
3D Painting. 1972.
Sheraton Convention Centre,
Set of six motion finished aluminum and
acrylic modular wall Reliefs, each
7'L X 7'H. X 9"D. -
and, (seen here),
one free standing acrylic and carved
aluminum sculpture, (in 2 parts),
12'L. X 8'H. X 4'D.
From A Tangent of The Cube Series.
Reflection of the Future. 1987
Esso Singapore Pte. Ltd., Republic of Singapore
Organized select group of students from La Salle to assist with construction of
a 3 m L. X 2 ¼ m H. X 2 ½ m D. mirror polished stainless steel and brushed
aluminum sculpture: used as focal point on 22nd National Day parade float,
and then permanently installed at Singapore's National Theater.
This was the last of six "Socially Integrated Conceptual/Performance Works"
It qualifies not only because of the student involvement, but also because it
encouraged Esso to donate $50,000.00 toward the setting up the sculpture
department at La Salle.
From The Cube Series.
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