Artist: John Mishler
Information: Created in 2018; measures 10 feet by 3 feet; weighs 100 pounds; made of aluminum, stainless-steel bearings, paint, and recycled metal
Description: John Mishler is known for his outdoor kinetic sculptures, which is why this piece was chosen for display. Part of the kinetic element is the point of an arrow which is influenced by Native American art. The piece started with several pieces of bent aluminum tube that he already had in his studio.
For sale: $7,500
About the artist: John Mishler has been associate professor of art at Goshen College for more than 30 years. He still enjoys teaching sculpture and is a full-time sculptor with a studio at the Old Bag Factory in Goshen. John has a bachelor’s degree in art from Goshen College, 1977, and an MEA degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. John has had commissions to make many public sculptures in the northern Indiana and southern Michigan area as well as throughout the United States.