Zammy's work can be characterized by continuity and discontinuity: the continuity is reflected in the repeating qualities of the forms while the discontinuity reflects the variability shaped by his momentary experience. No two elements are ever the same. Slowly the ingredients, metal and movement, pins and paint, imagination, lights and shadows, come together to create a splash of color that is bigger than the sum of its parts. He expresses himself in metal, mostly steel and aluminum. For his twisted metal elements, he achieves the form of each element by using the power of his full body with the metal secured in the "T" shaped primitive instrument that he constructed, pushing and pulling against the inner strength of the metal. Mostly his strength overcomes the inner tension of the metal. Occasionally the strength of the metal wins in this game of arm wrestling, creating the unexpected ripples of the element that speak to the quality of the medium.
Zammy's sculptures can be found in private collections worldwide and in public places including;
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, Florida
Holocaust Memorial Monument, Temple Beth Am, Miami, Florida
Wall installation, Cosmopolitan Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada
Clinical Research Building, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Wall installation, Miami Shores Village Hall
Bloomingdales -Aventura store, Florida