Robert Irwin Wolf, Featured Artist

 

Artist Statement

 

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After studying fine art, photography, and sculpting at Pratt Institute and The Tyler School of Art at Temple University, I continued to develop and evolve my work in stone and wood sculpture. My sculptural forms have been influenced by Brancusi, Arp, and Moore. They are composed of organic, linear, and gestural images that are translated into abstract form. These contemporary sculptures integrate elements of human form and movement, with the natural beauty of a variety of types of stone and wood.

Artist Locale: New York City, NY, USA

Style of work: Sculpture

Subject matter: Abstract, gestural form
Medium: A variety of wood and stone

Artist Portfolio

Nomad
Moonlight Dance
Timeline
Adversity
A Question of Balance
Amoeba
Dancer
Continuity
Twist Of Fate
Mitosis (SOLD)
Ouroboros
Paramour
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