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Gust Gallery - Fine Arts

Waterton Lakes National Park

Benjamin Oswald

Ceramic
1695, ceramic
Ceramic
78, ceramic
Ceramic
81, ceramic
"2 Vases"
Ceramic
2 Vases, ceramic
"Black"
Porcelain
Black, porcelain
Ceramic
0018 ceramic
Ceramic
0039, ceramic
0103, ceramic
Ceramic
1697, ceramic
Ceramic
1702, ceramic
"Lyme Regis 2"
Ceramic
Lyme Regis 2, ceramic
"Slip Bowl"
Porcelain
Slip Bowl,  porcelain
Artist Biography

Benjamin Oswald has been sculpting since 1990 creating works of art in both the realistic and abstractive traditions. Winner of the “Mayors Choice” award and honoured by representing the City of Edmonton as a sculptor in a tour of South Korea. His work is found on display and in private collections in Western Canada and abroad. Producing works inspired by the human figure and other organic forms. Oswald began sculpting stone under the guidance of Kyea Nak Young, recognized sculptor of stone and professor at Chonbrook University, South Korea. His study of physics and art at the University of Alberta has helped capture the attention of those who come in contact with him and his work. He currently is a teacher of physics and can be found sculpting in his studio in Edmonton, Alberta Canada.

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