About the Artist

Orion Fredericks was first inspired by a variety of materials while attending the University of Alfred in NY. This inspiration led to producing bodies of work at Pillchuck Glass School in Washington, where he worked and continued to hone his craft. Fredericks then became the first studio manager and volunteer coordinator at The Crucible, where he helped to bring to life the vision of industrial education for the community in Oakland, CA. While continuing to teach at the Crucible, he worked as a performance fire sculptor with the group THERM, where he further explored “the voice of the flame” by night. By day, he was exploring it’s counter-element of water through monumental fountains for civic and private installation. He has continued to further collaborate with other industrial artists and has been creating his own series of work for over 20 years.Orion has shown at various venues all over the U.S., small and large gathering events, music events, private showings, and commissioned civic installations since 1999.

"(Las Vegas) artist Orion Fredericks’ penchant for working with metal dates way back to a high school project, and he’s been enchanted by the medium, developing and refining his skills, since. Best known for his large-scale sculptures, Fredericks’ unique aesthetic ignites imaginations by combining recognizable forms and lines with elements of the unexpected."
Goli Mohammadi