Free Form 5
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ROBERT SESTOK b. 1946Free Form 5, 2001, Welded SteelGift of Charles Sestok III
In Robert Sestok’s sculpture, Free Form 5, various shapes of roughly-cut steel are
welded together, intersecting at diverse angles, reaching upward like a bushy,
spirited post-industrial totem. A life-long Detroiter and influential Cass Corridor artist, Sestok studied at the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts (now the College for Creative Studies) from 1965-1969 and at Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1970.