Andrew Dutkewych, BFA
Andrew Dutkewych creates sculptures, sometimes small, sometimes monumental, which reflect the highs and lows of the rough fragility of our existence. His beings are often placed too high or too low; they never seem to be in the right place at the right time. In some ways his work mirrors the vital dilemma or absurdity of life so ably described by such writers as Pirendello, Kundera or James Joyce. In all Dutkewych's work presents us with a sense of fatality, which is so eloquent that, in the end, it becomes surprisingly joyful.
BFA Philadelphia College of Art, 1966
Post Graduate Diploma Slade School of Art (London, England), 1968
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