Felix von Moschzisker '61

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Felix von Moschzisker '61

Felix von Moschzisker has been making sculpture off and on most of his life. After starting out in journalism, Felix wrote for LIFE Magazine and then started a small-time publishing business in a Vermont ski town. When he discovered a large piece of abstract carved wooden sculpture at a local gallery, he was hooked.

Felix is heavily influenced by the 20th century trailblazers, Miro, Arp, Calder, Noguchi, and Henry Moore. He has made things in plaster, marble, bronze, and — most recently — wood, creating signature jagged wooden structures.

  • 1961
  • Arts
  • Visual Arts

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