Trillium Bench | Charles Bremer
This handsome and solid bench suggests quarried stone from an ancient ruin or a garden seat in a Renaissance park. The graceful organic geometric triune or ‘trillium’ markings on its surface suggest mysterious tracings of a lost civilization. Modern design supports its magnificent gravitas, well suited for either an urban or landscape location. Positioning pins are included, and the top and legs come apart for easier moving and re-assembly.
Details: Supporting legs weigh 125 lbs. each; the horizontal plate is 250 lbs —or about four bales of hay.
Charles Bremer has explored a wide breadth of creative medium in his career ranging from photography and drawing, experimental sound sculpture, to theater stage sets and architectural memorials.
His work has been exhibited in art centers, galleries, and private collections both in the United States and internationally. His graphic work explores objects and art supplies as unique allegories
of human creativity, beauty, and aging. His outdoor sound work has aimed to educate and celebrate the importance of protected natural spaces both urban and rural. He recently completed a large
Aeolian Harp sculpture installation on the campus of The Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam. Mr. Bremer earned his B.F.A. at Moravian College, PA.