Roger Stoller is an award-winning bay area artist with works in permanent collections of individuals and organizations all over the country. Coming from a strong design background, Stoller's ongoing production includes public art, fine art works and applied art commissions [functional works]. Studio methods range from bronze casting & stone carving to 3-D computer modeling & waterjet cutting, combining the best of old world craft with modern technology. I began working with Roger Stoller in November of 2012, and have been involved throughout the fabrication process of numerous public projects including final finishing, welding, chasing, and attachments. Some of these projects include "Cloud Forest," at the Mitchell Library in Palo Alto, CA; "Vibrant River," a 4 story stainless steel wall piece installed at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana; and "Sunhelix," pictured to the left, installed at San Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas.