Paul Bobrowitz

Artist Statement:

Paul Bobrowitz has several approaches to creating art. Sometimes clearly-defined themes or  ideas come to him in a dream or through a commission. Then there’s the random results of  noodling around that produce surprising concepts and assemblages and whimsical sculptures.  Relationships are also an ongoing theme in Paul’s work: how everything we do effects our  environment,and our interactions with and on those around us. Certain material—including  found objects such as an unusually shaped piece of farm machinery, car parts or  manufacturing discards—call out to Paul in a loud voice, insisting they come to life as a  sculpture.

Cutting metal shapes and bending them to form, welding, grinding, polishing, drilling, fastening  and painting the metal are all processes Paul employs. Rocks and glass elements have also  been included in his work since early in his career. Kinetic energy and flowing water are  prevalent in his work. Recently Paul has begun using life-sized concrete and stone slabs that  he fastens together, which he then enhances with metal appendages.

Paul Bobrowitz
Nature's Child by Paul Bobrowitz
Nature's Child
31 x 22 x 11 in.
Single Dancer by Paul Bobrowitz
Single Dancer
20 x 12 x 8 in.