The artist, Donald Drumm, is still practicing in Ohio where he was a successful educator and fine artist. His 1960s work was influenced by Jean Arp, Isamu Noguchi, Pablo Picasso, Curtis Jeré, and the master of brutalist decorative design Paul Evans. We’ve never seen this particular design. It might have been made in a very limited run. His vintage works were all hand cast in aluminum which holds up amazingly well since it does not need polishing. It is 14 inches across. It is signed in the mold on the back “DRUMM.” Undated but similar to his other works from the 1950s and 1960s.
I would hang it on the wall. It’s so great.