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.
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