Eli Bornstein
Tripart Hexaplane Construction No. 2, 2002-8
Acrylic enamel on aluminum and anodized aluminum
outside Architecture II Building

A maquette of this sculpture was included in the An Art at the Mercy of Light : Eli Bornstein Exhibition (School of Art Catalogue) held at the Mendel Art Gallery , Saskatoon, June 14 to Sept. 15, 2013 and the School of Art, U of M, November 12, 2013 and February 21, 2014.
Oliver Botar, curator and professor of art history,discusses the current exhibition with the artist Eli Bornstein in “Give it time,” The Manitoban, November 19, 2013.


Library materials on Eli Bornstein
Artists in Canada and Dictionary of Canadian Artists Biography
Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan


20 Responses to Bornstein

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  2. Yunhan Yu says:

    Is a really good work. Got great bright color, and good structure looks harmonious.

  3. Junfei Huang says:

    Nice design, and I love the colour!

  4. Aya says:


  5. Nabil Basri says:

    I like the meshed aspects of nature and man made colliding. Trying to replicate nature with man made materials.

  6. Shane Patience says:

    An interesting take on nature as seen through a sort of geometric lens. V cool.

  7. Hakeem Amoo says:

    It looks like a combination of man made geometric precision using and nature with the green colour. Really love it.
    Can I get my class participation mark.😊😊😊

  8. Rose Dominguez says:

    There’s a lot of snow outside but the colours make it so bright that you can easily find it.

  9. Rose Dominguez says:

    There’s a lot of snow outside but can be easily found because of its bright colours.

  10. Yunhan Yu says:

    I like it:)

  11. Christine Cornelio says:

    Unique choice of color!

  12. Christine Cornelio says:

    Unique choice of colours.

  13. A fine example of Public Art – its form and colour provide aesthetic value and interest. Also, the sculpture is easily accessible and can be viewed and enjoyed in the round.

  14. Mackenzie says:

    Hey liv!! Better late then never ! This piece is very interesting and glad this has peaked my interest showing me more around the uofm

  15. Mackenzie says:

    Hey liv!! Just making sure this worked ?? Didn’t show my last comment posted! Better late then never !!

  16. Isaiah says:

    I can imagine trees like these in a futuristic, dystopian urban environment.

  17. Lexi Wood says:

    Hi Liv! This piece of art is very unique, I like how bright the colour is, very appealing and eye catching.

  18. Mateo Ordonez says:

    Class participation

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