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Whether it’s capturing the motion of a running wolf or the almost human-like expression of a lazy rabbit waking from a nap, my work has evolved to a whole new level through sculpture.

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Limited edition: 100
Category: Miscellaneous Wildlife

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Mark Dziewior

I’ve always felt a strong connection to animals. It’s that intrigue that drives my creativity. Growing up in rural Wisconsin, I’ve been able to observe and study wildlife my whole life. Each sculpture has a personal story connected to my unique experiences with each creature ranging from simple observation to direct interaction. 

As a child I read stories of animals that had human characteristics. Stories like Peter Rabbit, The Wind in the Willow and many Thornton Burgess’ Mother Westwing books. Not only do I observe animals, but people as well. If you look closely at my work, there is a small element of human emotion/expression in each piece. 

EDUCATION
MFA, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

MA, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

BFA, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design

AA, Madison College

Process

When creating my animal sculptures, I start with a clay model. From that original, a rubber mold is made. Through the lost wax process, the bronze is cast. I weld, grind and add patina chemicals to finish each sculpture. 

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Lil’ Dabbler

$450.00

One For the Road

$575.00

Rolling in Clover

$575.00

Nestled in a Knot

$625.00

The Preener

$6,200.00

Otterly Lovable

$650.00

Yoga Bear

$875.00

Puggins

$385.00

Nova

$2,700.00

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