On exhibit at the Connection: Crystal City Pop-up Library from May 1 - 31, 2019.
Our mind has the ability to differentiate human and animal shapes from inanimate objects around them. This ability may have developed as a self-defense mechanism to ward off potential threats. However it arose, it permits us to see or create human form in abstraction. My sculptures attempt to stimulate insights into how we see human and animal forms in the abstract. I want to have fun with this attribute to see representations and movements through dynamic positioning.
Wayne A. Wittig retired some time ago after an international career that allowed him the time to add his own creations to an eclectic art collection.