Sculptor Gar Waterman is a native of New England who lives and works in New Haven, Connecticut. Natural forms abound in his sculpture that explores the organic and inorganic architecture of our surroundings. He works in stone, wood, bronze, and steel, producing carefully crafted and frequently beautiful objects that reflect his fascination with evolution’s exquisite sense of design.
Waterman is a self-taught artist. He did receive a BA in French from Dartmouth College but his interests led him into a career as a sculptor. His work is a testament to his inherent sensibility, his skill as a fine craftsman and his vision as an artist.
His work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibits including Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT, Gallery 195, New Haven, CT, Greer Museum of Art, Rio Grande, Ohio, Alexi von Schlippe Gallery, Groton, CT, Alva Gallery, New London, CT, Pfizer Corporate Gallery, Groton, CT, Boch Gallery, Hollywood, FL, Williams Gallery, Princeton, NJ, Green Gallery, Guilford, CT, Zoon Gallery, New Haven, CT, South Wharf Gallery, Nantucket Island, MA, Peyton-Wright, Santa Fe, NM, 101 Wooster St. Gallery, New York, NY, Art Horizons International, New York, NY, Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA, Warwick Museum of Art, Warwick, RI, Boston Fine Arts Museum, Benefit Exhibitor, Boston, MA, Montserrat College of Art Gallery, Beverly, MA, Elarslie Trenton City Museum, Trenton, NJ, Genest Gallery, Lambertville, NJ, Carnegie Center Gallery, Princeton, NJ, Art Ventures Gallery, Princeton, NJ, Jaffray Park Gallery, Irvington, NY and Ann Reid Gallery, Princeton, NJ. He has won numerous awards and his work is in many private as well as public collections.
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