Marfa, Tx. Lights by Aaron Ristau studio

                        During my recent trip to the Big Bend region of Tx. I installed a commissioned sculpture I made for a child’s bedroom. Some of the parts used in it’s construction came from the area. I lived there from […] Read more »

New Mel Ristau Sculpture Completion

http://melristau.com/blog/the-fabric-of-knowledge-a-kinetic-sculpture/ Aspen leaves spinning over a sunlit Colorado stream, and a diverse student community are associations woven into this suspended kinetic sculpture. The 25 x 50 x 6′ work is composed of stainless steel cable, tube and rod, and 920 variously textured aluminum panels. The sculpture folds and unfolds like […] Read more »

Aaron Ristau’s Art Lab Loveland Opening Aug. 13th

ARTIST AARON RISTAU SHOWCASED AT ART LAB LOVELAND       Gallery to Host Opening Reception August 13th Loveland, Colo. (August 3rd, 2010) – Artist Aaron Ristau’s most recent artwork will be debuted to the public at his upcoming exhibition, “Aaron’s Art Lab 2010.”  Art Lab Loveland will host Ristau […] Read more »

Mel Ristau’s New CSU Mobile

This week I was fortunate to get to take part in the final installation of one of my father’s art installations. Communities of Light is local, at the new College of Business Rockwell West atrium at CSU in Fort Collins, Co. One of my father’s other recent projects is featured on the […] Read more »