“My inspiration for my art is, quite simply, how I see our world and connect to it...finding my place in the vast universe,” Krivosheiw has said
. Blending time-honored and contemporary metalworking techniques, he shapes aluminum and bronze into sensuous, curving, multipart forms, polished to a high sheen. These biomorphic forms sit on the seam between abstraction and figuration. Some, for example, appear as two sinuous figures sharing a first kiss, evoke a woman’s shapely torso, or suggest leaves and blades of grass. Others, with their kinetically swirling loops and ridges, seem inspired by the way gusts of wind lift leaves into the air or cause loose fabrics to snap and undulate.