Edwin Lynch

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“I’ve sculpted for most of my life using a variety of materials, from stone to bronze. I began small, carving pieces in soapstone, and then moved to alabaster and limestone. My decision to use clay, and then to cast in metal, was a practical choice, apt for a series of masks. My latest effort, figurative pieces, led me to study shapes from history, often at the Met. Beyond technical skills, classical sculpture asks for creative courage and harmony. With a love and earned respect for craft, I’ve interpreted what I’ve seen. A lecture by artist John Stobart provided a suitable art word: my work is narrative.”

-Edwin Lynch