Working in steel, concrete, and some selected objects, creating transparent forms, sketches in space, the Roger Belveal has been a sculptor and experience designer for several decades. Favoring the human figure with modern construction materials initially, then journeying into cultural commentary. Traversing across mediums from Sculpture into virtual realms, then mixing those worlds together to create reflections of our times. 

I coined the term, TechXpressionism as a statement about culture being transformed by the digital technology. Digital themes in earthy industrial mediums is a dichotomy that celebrates our love for technology while simultaneously rebelling against the slick virtual aesthetic. Images coming out from behind the glass and into physical space became found an instant audience with millennials and geeks. But really, haven't we all become tech geeks lately?