About Artist: Dunham Aurelius was born 1970 in Ridgewood, New Jersey and is a sculptor currently residing in Santa Fe, NM. Aurelius’ sculptures focus on the human condition influenced by his observations of war, suffering, oppression and poverty. Aurelius identifies and is aesthetically connected to aspects of primitive tribal arts and indigenous cultures. His work is a response to visceral and primal reactions to his view of these worlds. Aurelius composes his sculptures with a variety of materials inclusive to clays, waxes, wood, steel, bone and found objects. He uses the lost wax casting method for transforming his art into bronze. View part 1 and part 2 of the New Mexico Museum of Art’s documentary on Dunham Aurelius.
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