Jon Krawczyk’s steel and bronze sculptures divulge organic gestures
that are the antithesis of the material. According to a correspondent
for Art in America, his sensual and timeless works “elicit similarly
tactile responses” from his viewers.
Extending the great tradition of modernist sculpture, Krawczyk
has transformed the medium of metal into an emphatically physical
yet alchemical fine art. He is profoundly inspired by the works of
Picasso, Henry Moore and David Smith, however his sculptures are
singularly unique. As a young artist, he has already attracted the
attention of international collectors, and galleries, from New York
to Beijing, and is critically acclaimed as one of our country’s most
captivating young sculptors.
For Krawczyk, sculpture is a medium for describing the human
experience. Venerable, undulating and alive – his work has only just
begun to embrace our imagination.