“My work has developed and moved from an interest in abstract imagery to a more representational exploration of natural form … suggesting endless possibilities for three-dimensional interpretation and invention.” - Peter Woytuk
International Herald Tribune has described Peter Woytuk as "the greatest animal sculptor of the Western world in the closing years of the 20th century." His earliest influences were from his architect father and textile artist mother, as well as the family’s frequent trips to Europe to seek out great art and architecture. After graduating from Kenyon College in Ohio, he apprenticed with sculptor, Philip Grausman.
Friday, October 4, 2019
Sorrel Sky Gallery