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Jeffery Laudenslager lives in Encinitas, California.
His creative practice relies on principles of geometry that he deems unexpected. They are non-kinetic sculptures that come in all sizes and are designed to trick the mind, sometimes even appearing to be animated. Throughout his career, Laudenslager has constantly sought the most economical means at his disposal to convey his ideas.
His work has been shown across US and in England, Germany, Taiwan, South Korea and Australia, and collected among others by Laguna Art Museum, The Woodlands in Texas, and Wolfstein Sculpture Parks at Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla and Encinitas. His largest piece to date, 34-foot Archimage (literally “Master Magician”) received an Orchid Award in Fine Arts in 1999.
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