ABOUT THE ARTIST
Spiker has been a bilateral below-the-knee amputee since 2011. While recovering from surgery and before mastering prosthetics, he was consumed with a desire to return to making art, specifically welded steel sculpture. Spiker soon discovered that working with power tools and welding equipment, while confined to a wheelchair, proved to be quite challenging. He worked on small pieces that later became parts of larger pieces. Spiker says, ?The process demonstrated for me that making art was an important part of recovering an enjoyable life in the face of considerable loss.? Producing welded sculpture for more than 15 years, Spiker has shown his work widely in both Pennsylvania and Delaware.
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