© Aggie Zed

© Aggie Zed

 

October 4-24


Rollick & Roll: More Visual Fiction by

Aggie Zed

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About the Exhibition:

In this exhibit, each sculpture exists in many different scales – the artist’s work is the clay slab 
along with the occasional use of steel and wood which forms in various ways to explore the 
balance, tension, and structure of the piece as well as the interplay between the components 
within the piece. In some pieces, the surface texture and color suggest that the piece could be 
made of steel, wood, plastic, or another generic material. In a similar way, the scale of the piece 
is meant to be ambiguous, thus creating in the viewer’s imagination, the possibility of a 
monumentally scaled piece.
Born in 1954, Edward Belbusti studied Architecture at Virginia Tech. He graduated with a 
Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1981. Prior to moving to Nashville in 1989, he worked as an 
architect in New York and Baltimore. In Nashville he worked for many years as University 
Architect at Vanderbilt University. He retired from architecture and began his career as a 
sculptor in 2011.Even though retired from the field; he admits that architecture still plays a 
strong role in his artwork – especially in the freedom of expression of his own designs and 
concepts. 


 

October 4-24


Architectural Sculpture

by

Edward Belbusti

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© Edward Belbusti

© Edward Belbusti

About the Exhibition:

In this exhibit, each sculpture exists in many different scales – the artist’s work is the clay slab 
along with the occasional use of steel and wood which forms in various ways to explore the 
balance, tension, and structure of the piece as well as the interplay between the components 
within the piece. In some pieces, the surface texture and color suggest that the piece could be 
made of steel, wood, plastic, or another generic material. In a similar way, the scale of the piece 
is meant to be ambiguous, thus creating in the viewer’s imagination, the possibility of a 
monumentally scaled piece.
Born in 1954, Edward Belbusti studied Architecture at Virginia Tech. He graduated with a 
Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1981. Prior to moving to Nashville in 1989, he worked as an 
architect in New York and Baltimore. In Nashville he worked for many years as University 
Architect at Vanderbilt University. He retired from architecture and began his career as a 
sculptor in 2011.Even though retired from the field; he admits that architecture still plays a 
strong role in his artwork – especially in the freedom of expression of his own designs and 
concepts.