A 20 year veteran of steel sculpture, artist Randolph Bolander's commissioned works are held in numerous collections, and have been featured in galleries and museums.
In 2003, Bolander co-founded the West Edge Sculpture Exhibition (WESE) which featured the rotating work of contemporary Seattle sculptors. He continued as its director through 2008. Staged in downtown Seattle, WESE is the largest independent sculpture exhibit ever held in the Pacific Northwest.
In 2008, Bolander accepted a three year commission to stage a sculpture show on the downtown Seattle waterfront. During this time Bolander honed his skills in metalworking and realized the direction he wanted to take his sculpture—interactive and accessible to a wider audience.