JAHC Gallery

November Artist

“Two Stone Guys ” by Lou Cacioppo & Bob Koenitzer

stone sculpture

Opening and reception Friday Nov 6, 2015 at the JACC from 4:30pm - 7pm


Unusual stones and creative minds. This show features new and old stone sculptures created by Lou and Bob. Many of the pieces are made from Alaskan marble and limestone from Southeast Alaska.  Lou is a master artist, creating unique works of art from alder, cedar, plaster, and stone. Lou's masks/sculptures represent an astonishing variety of themes, prompting one friend to say, "I think every time he blinks, he sees a different vision." Through portrait sculpture, Lou creates visual links that portray the underlying feelings and emotions of everyday life. His art addresses changes in the modern world, changes so vast and rapid that man can scarcely adjust. Bob creates stone art that is visually pleasing by highlighting the natural features in each piece of stone.  Most of Bob’s art is made from Alaskan stone gathered on Prince of Wales Island, near Juneau, and on Northern Chichagof Island. Sculpt Alaska creations include stone vessels, abstract sculptures, garden basins, and candle lamps. Bob also carves masks from stone and wood.

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