Courtesy: Museum of Outdoor Arts

Wolf Angel

Englewood, Colorado

Museum of Outdoor Arts, 1000 Englewood Parkway, Englewood, Colorado, 80110
Owner:  Museum of Outdoor Arts (, Museum of Outdoor Arts
Date:  1990
Placement:  community centers
Collection:  MOA
Artwork Type:  sculpture (visual work)
Material:  paint, stainless steel
Description:  Educated at the Chouinard Institute of Art in Los Angeles and a recipient of the Stars of Design Lifetime Achievement for Art Award in 2000, Guy Dill\\\'s active career includes time as head of the Sculpture Department at the University of California (Los Angeles), over thirty-five one-man exhibitions in California, Belgium, Idaho, Illinois, New York and England and representation in museums and public collections allover the world. All black matte curves and ovals, Wolf Angel is an abstract sculpture typical of Dill\\\'s stronglyvertical yet softly curving "angel" series. Its visual resiliency reflects his interest in "visual harmonics," which in turn embody and express "an intuitive sense of spiritual and physical balance and order."Wolf Angel reflects Dill\\\'s interest in "visual harmonics," which in turn express "an intuitive sense of spiritual and physical balance." Wolf Angel pushes the viewer to conceive what they see in a radically different manner. The matte black curves and ovals are typical of Dill's strongly vertical, yet curving angel series. Dill received his BFA at the Chouinard Institute of Art, Los Angeles, California.



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