David Figueroa’s larger-than-life steel and wood sculptures are meant to be reflective of the human condition — ever changing and unpredictable. He’s also learned through the imagination of a child that his artwork can be interactive.
Last year, one of Figueroa’s 8-foot tall wood and steel sculptures welcomed an unusual spectator: a small boy. The child, whom Figueroa remembered to be about 6-years-old, playfully perched himself on the 10-inch ledge on the $7,500 L-shaped piece.
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