- Designer / Maker: Leroy Setziol
Origin / Circa: United States of America, 1970s
- Dimensions: 62" H, 24" W, 1½" D
- Material: Redwood
Nicknamed the “father of woodcarving in Oregon,” Leroy Setziol sculpted geometric art from trees in the late-20th century. His portfolio includes small projects and large-scale commissions recognized across the American Northwest. The Portland Art Museum is exhibiting Setziol's work — including free-standing sculpture, totems, and wall reliefs.
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