Howard Hitchcock

Howard Hitchcock
HOWARD HITCHCOCK Born 1927, Ava, Missouri. During his thirty-two years in the Art Department at California State University, Long Beach, Howard focused on creating sculpture. Initially using wood and clay, he discovered in 1964 the ceramic shell mold process for industrial casting, which he developed into his own unique approach to casting sculpture, later detailed in his book Out of the Fiery Furnace: Casting Sculpture in Ceramic Shell Molds (William Kaufmann, Inc., 1985). For nearly two decades he taught a course in bronze casting, and cast all of his own sculpture on campus. His stainless steel sculpture "Giving for Life" was installed in 1987 in front of the American Cancer Society office in Long Beach. Howard has exhibited throughout the U.S., Mexico and Japan. He is included in Who's Who in American Art and was selected as Huntington Beach "Artist of the Year" in 1989. His bronzes address visually, often with wit and ambiguity, the human condition--relationships and stresses that most of us experience at some time in our lives. Howard Hitchcock
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