A lifelong packrat, Gints Grinbergs initially took up welding at Brookline High School to learn how to make sculpture out of all the great junk he had encountered (Sat next to Conan O’Brien in Drawing 101, Class of 1981). Hee earned a BFA and BA (Architecture) at Rhode Island School of Design in 1986 and continued studies at SMFA and Mass ArtLives. Gints works in Dedham, MA with his wife, three daughters, and a seemingly endless supply of industrial scrap, found objects and rusty junk. Inspired by mandalas, diatoms, sub atomic particles, macro pictures of flowers, Hubble photos and Kundalini yoga.Taught sculpture to other packrats at Stonybrook Fine Arts in Jamaica Plain, Ma.Has participated in countless group and solo shows throughout New England, including De Cordova Museum, Fuller Craft Museum and Stonehill College as well as New York, Chicago, Denver, Philadelphia, Toronto, Museum of Fine Arts ,Riga, Latvia and the Embassy of Latvia in D.C.Member of New England Sculptors Asssociation.Included in private and corporate collections throughout North America.Recently completed a large scale outdoor commission for the Southfield development in Weymouth, Ma.Currently exhibits with Clark Gallery in Lincoln, Ma., Boston Art and Erdreich White Fine Art. This is his first show at Liquid Art House.