For nearly three decades, Seattle-born White designed and built custom residential and commercial buildings, as well as commercial steel boats. But for the past few years, he’s been scaling down to create more personal metal art sculpture for indoor and outdoor display. Using a computer, CNC plasma cutter and welding equipment, he experiments with the interaction of light on layered metal shapes. A variety of patinas and the inclusion of neon and LED lighting allow him to enhance that interplay. In collaboration with glass sculptor Lin McJunkin, he adds highly colored and textured glass shapes to the metal frameworks, creating a hybrid new art form.