Matt Burke Sculpture produces large scale outdoor sculpture, objects, and drawings. The outdoor work engages traditional and uninitiated art audiences in tandem with the artist to create works that engage with the earth's visible and invisible energy flows. Together in spirit and form, the makers and their sculpture strive to have a positive, guiding impact on the environment. 


John Muir, the great Scot-American naturalist; “When we try to pick out anything by itself we find that it is bound fast by a thousand invisible cords that cannot be broke, to everything in the universe.

Sculpture influences us physically, emotionally and spiritually based upon its very presence. Engaging with it involves the sense of sight, the phenomena of odor, texture, sound and nearness. Sculpture can both magnify and dissipate the sense of an object (and of ourselves.)

It is forever tied up in its object-ness and its ability to create a sense of place and time.