Renee Dinauer has been creating a plethora of unique, freeform wall and free hanging sculpture formed of steam-bent hardwoods since 1990. She custom colors the light-weight, contemporary artform in subtle naturals and intense vibrant colors. Renee has a great interest in constructivism of all kinds; as sculpture, or even architecture, as well as challenging, and exploring traditional material bounds. Her greatest interest involves the study of surfaces, especially those alluding to a four-dimensional topological source or extrapolation.
She creates sculpture for public, corporate, hospitality, casino, cruise ship, academic, and residential spaces. Specializing in personal service by teaming with owners, architects, designers and consultants works to achieve a symbiosis with the architecture, and interior design. Renee’s unique use of bent wood as sculpture often becomes a compelling icon identifying its edifice with a lasting impression. Renee received her undergraduate degree at The University of California – Los Angeles but art career really began at UCLA, strolling through its sculpture gardens which inspired her many ubiquitous creative interests. Renee’s interest in doing larger projects has steered her into the public, corporate and hospitality field where she thrives in a variety of often large scale, challenging and rewarding creative projects.