Internationally known artist, Kue King creates his works using wire as the primary medium.
During a recent visit to Woodbury, King visited Adams Memorial Library where he was inspired to donate one of his creations.
Drawing his inspiration from both abstract and formal and informal elements of nature, King frequently incorporates feathers, precious stone, found artifacts and other objects from nature in his work. His newest collection focuses on the beauty of wire alone.
Spanning the gamult of sizes, his works range from delicate wearable art to large scale public installations.
King's passion for his work has transformed his life philosophy: there is no yesterday and no tomorrow, only the present. For King working in the studio transcends time and carries him into a timeless world where he cherishes life and frees himself from all physical boundaries.
Born in the Phillipines, King has lived in Hawaii, Jacksonville Fl and New York City.