Large black geometric sculpture by Ken Bentley
San Antonio architect and sculptor, Bentley is a University of Texas at Austin graduate and continues to draw inspiration for his sculptures from San Antonio's most famous landmark - The Alamo. He often finds himself sketching in The Alamo's back garden and is intrigued by its overwhelming proportions, "The vaults are so pure, they have a profound influence on me ... those were the origins of our first architecture and that was how you had to build with materials."
Origin: San Antonio, TX
Period: 21st Century
Dimensions: 25"H x 13.5"W x 7.5"D
Materials: Black Powder Coat, Steel
Condition: Great Condition. Wear consistent with age and use