Letha Wilson is an American artist whose monumental sculptures bend, twist, and contort her original photographs of landscapes and natural elements. The human desire to categorize leaves the viewer challenged as her works defy definitions of traditional media and practice. This mighty abstract sculpture stands 11ft tall and combines photos of Bryce Canyon, Utah with the physical element of industrial, raw Corten steel.
Wilson has pioneered various photo printing techniques that allow images to be directly transferred and applied to industrial materials like concrete and steel. Her monumental sculptures and photo-based installations have been featured in solo exhibitions across North America and Europe.