Irwin Labin is a physician by day and sculptor by night (except when on call). He is originally from Montreal, Canada and began his love for the arts back in high school. In shop class, Irwin began his love for metal working. This passion has been shaped, hammered, and torqued into the current modern abstract form. His work draws on inspiration from greats like David Smith, Alexander Archipenko, and Albert Paley. He was recently featured on the PBS documentary, “Art as Medicine” and has received numerous accolades for his sculptures. Irwin’s work emphasizes the surprising fluidity and malleability of some of the toughest substances on Earth. His work brings out the fundamental elegance of industrial materials, and opens the viewer to a world of rusted wonder and alluring alloy. Enjoy!