Derek Caulfield presents us with his sculptural works dating from 2012 to the artworks he is creating today. The works display Derek’s processes and evolution as an artist - showing the progression in his understanding of work self. Some of his more recent furniture pieces shared play into Derek’s overall trajectory of calculation and intuition within his work.
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