The Woman who Blamed Life on a Spaniard #2, 1998
Pine, red and yellow oxide
20 × 58 × 15 in
Internationally acclaimed sculptor Willard Boepple has exhibited widely since the mid-seventies. He has served on the faculties of Bennington College and the Boston Museum School and is chairman of the Triangle Artists’ Workshop in New York. Boepple’s wooden sculptures are primarily influenced by utilitarian objects that interact with humans, such as ladders, shelves and mechanisms with levers and cogs. His craftsmanship displays a modernist sense of connection with the long history of sculpture.
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