Einstein is coming to Bethlehem.
The famed physicist arrives next weekend as a 37-foot tall, 2,000-pound bronze sculpture, a guest of the SouthSide Arts & Music Festival. His gigantic size, reflecting both his intellect and his influence, will be a sight to behold as he simultaneously emerges from the floor and disappears into the ceiling, seemingly ascending a rope attached to his shoe. Continue reading
‘Split Infinity’ on display in the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks April 19-June 23
BETHLEHEM, PA— The Theory of Relativity, E = mc2, is perhaps the most famous equation in the world, and while most can attribute it to Albert Einstein, few understand its significance.
Aiming to educate through art, Pittsburgh-based sculptor James West wants to challenge the public to step outside its comfort zone and explore science and physics with his large cast bronze sculpture of Einstein. Weighing in at more than 2,000 pounds, Split Infinity will be on display at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks, 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem, from April 19-June 23 in the Capital BlueCross Creativity Commons. Continue reading
April 19 ~ June 30, 2018 – ArtsQuest Foundation at STEELSTACKS Southside Arts & Music Festival. Split Infinity Unveiling and Installation, Educational Experience. Providing access to art, culture and educational programs.
TRIBUNE REVIEW | KURT SHAW | Friday, July 21, 2017, 4:08 p.m.
James West is a local artist who most Pittsburghers only know through his most celebrated work, “Point of View,” a bronze sculpture of George Washington making peace with Seneca leader Guyasuta. Continue reading
BRA Day 2013. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons and The Plastic Surgery Foundation selected the third Wednesday of October as national BRA Day USA (Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day) to promote education and awareness of breast reconstruction options.
PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE | PATRICIA SHERIDAN | July 30, 2013
Situated in a quiet cove on the Allegheny River in Blawnox is the studio of sculptor James West. It became the perfect party spot Saturday night for “Shakin’ but not Stirred” to benefit the National Parkinson Foundation of Western Pennsylvania, Continue reading