George Fowler is a self-taught metal sculptor. Working with my hands from an early age, my professional experiences include working as a mechanic and machinist. A practical background in mechanical engineering tempered with an appreciation for beauty can be seen in much of my work. Two main themes in my sculptures are the synchronicity of disparate elements as well as the contrast of the idea of fleeting beauty in juxtaposition of the relative permanence that metal affords the sculptor. Flora and fauna are prominent in my art as well as the human form. Wire and sheet metal are my primary materials as I enjoy the permanence of metal.