Christopher Curtis

Born in Stowe, Vermont, in 1951.  Studied art at the University of Vermont under the instruction of Paul Aschenbach. Curtis and partner Tari Swenson have collaborated on designs that have been carried by the Guggenheim Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum and The National Geographic Society. His work is primarily in stone, using natural boulders as carving material. He also works with stainless steel and bronze. Curtis continues to make sculpture for private collectors, commercial projects, memorials and public display. Much of his work address environmental issues, which are increasingly entwined with social and political policy. My hope is that these sculptures not only promote awareness and appreciation of the natural environment, but encourage reflection about how to best manage, preserve and use our shared global resources.

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