“Do Small Things With Great Love”
Tony Feher was called a “wily poet of the everyday” by the New York Times. His work is a reminder that even the most banal, mundane objects can be beautiful and poetic if seen through the right eyes. His gestures were quiet, his materials were ordinary, and his way of working was imaginative, humble, and seemingly effortless. Using non-precious and found everyday objects – water bottles filled with colored water, marbles, tape, pennies, crates, plastic bags – Feher acted in spaces with interventions of subtle beauty, unerring simplicity and humor.
Tony Feher was an American sculptor born in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He died in 2016 at age 60 but his work continues to inspire the world to look for wonder and simplicity in the most unexpected ways.