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Frequently reinstalled exhibits that feature a wide range of artworks in various configurations, reflecting the countless ways to alter the impact a piece can have on the viewer when interacting with the environment around it, and how the message of a piece can resonate differently within the viewer through these alterations.

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He began his formal training at Wright State, where he graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in sculpture in 1975. He earned his MFA in sculpture from the University of Cincinnati in 1986 and sought additional training at the Oxbow School of Art in Saugatuck, Michigan and the Hobart Welding School of Troy, Ohio.

 

Jeff founded a greeting card company, worked as a videographer, graphic artist, photographer, public relations specialist, and held various teaching positions. In San Francisco, he did fabrication for renowned sculptor Fletcher Benton. In 1991, he opened a gallery and studio in Dayton, which he recently closed to spend more time on his sculpture. Recently, Jeff has had an extensive exhibition of his outdoor sculpture at Centerville Landscaping and was invited to show his sculpture Spirole at the prestigious Biennale of International Contemporary Art in Florence, Italy. 


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His earliest sculptures were 3D realizations of his fairly detailed drawings. This approach led to developing a personal language and evolved into a more direct process where he entered into a dialogue with the stone with no preconceived direction, only to speak this language through this rock.


This method is most akin to “play-free-spirited exploring” form, wherever it leads; like a child digging tunnels or building castles in the sand.

Beauty matters with its classical elements that become significant components of this language – line, curve, edge, proportion, negative space, texture - How they come to be in a new unique combination that is, as he states, “my fun, my job, and my joy” – and on a good day, that joy is shared.


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He founded a greeting card company, worked as a videographer, graphic artist, photographer, public relations specialist, and held various teaching positions. In 1991, he opened a gallery and studio in Dayton, which he recently closed to spend more time on his sculpture.
Beauty matters with its classical elements that become significant components of this language – line, curve, edge, proportion, negative space, texture - How they come to be in a new unique combination that is, as he states, “my fun, my job, and my joy” – and on a good day, that joy is shared.

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The Balloon Fiesta - with over 700 hot air balloons, is the largest ballooning event on earth, the most photographed even on earth, and the largest annual international event held in the United States.

Since crowds for some of their events are in excess of 80,000 people, arriving sooner is better. So during those times in-between events, or after their early morning launch, come on down to Shidoni Gallery located just Five Miles North of Downtown Santa Fe, open Tuesday thru Saturday 10am-5pm in either rain or shine.

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