Chris Truax

Chris Truax, is a NW sculptural artist using recycled vintage car parts and scrap metals to create striking creatures that look as though they might just come to life and fly away. His characters are the kind one might see in big budget science fiction movies:  Robotic, dangerous and beautiful, with a human, emotional quality that makes them warm, organic and so life like.  With the recent addition of LCD lights powered by solar cells, his work is taking on a new look and prying open new dimensions of sculptural wall art.   A member of ‘Pacific Northwest Sculptor’, Christopher’s art has been shown locally in over 10 galleries since 2009, including posing alongside "The Spruce Goose" and NASA equipment at The Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, in 2010. 

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