Ralph Greco MD

 

In 1986, Ralph Greco began the study of sculpture with Lilli Gettinger at the Princeton Art Association. This period lasted five years and resulted in a high degree of interest in stone carving and a secondary involvement with wood.
During the last ten years, the artist has produced approximately 45 works in both representational, figurative and abstract themes.
"The two central themes of my work are my family and the development of volume and negative space. Sculpture is integral to my identity in a hectic life involving work and family. It has enabled me to develop a solid, balanced center through which the relationship between my imagination and technical skill is fused. Each sculpture seems to develop in a very similar manner-- from the original idea to an overwhelming sense of insipient failure to the exhilaration of anticipated success and finally the calm perception of completion."

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