Curtis Jeré MCM Sculpture

We are taking a trip today to the early 1960’s, at the tail end of the MCM movement, to talk about two of my favorite artists. Curtis Jeré was the shared pseudonym of two artists, Curtis Freiler and Jerry Fels. They began collaborating in the early ‘60 using enamel, brass, copper, and steel to create decorative sculptures. They used a variety of traditional techniques—such as enameling, pouring resin, and bronze casting—to create abstract metal works of clustered, modular shapes. If you happen to see one these sculptures or wall hangings do purchase it - they are getting more and more popular all the time. Here are some great examples:

    

We also have this fabulous Curtis Jeré wall sculpture in our MCM home:

Hope to see you at our new shop at Art of Living Collective soon.