Eric Zammitt’s intricate, geometric wall sculptures are made of tens of thousands of solid bits of boldly colored acrylic plastic, which are laminated into cohesive panels through an intensive process of construction, division, and reconstruction. This process is followed by wet-sanding and polishing. His works have been associated with energy fields, music, light and space, quantum and string theories, landscape, mosaics, weaving and genetic patterns.
The artist has widely exhibited throughout the United States, Japan and Korea. His works are a part of many private and public collections including the Harris Gallery, University of La Verne, CA; the Museum of Art and History, Eglash Collection, Lancaster, CA; and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA.