Bird Woman by Peruko Ccopacatty

 

 

Bird Woman, a larger than life-size, metal sculpture by Peruko Ccopacatty is owned by Phyllis and Morris Nathanson and can be seen at Blackstone Studios, their property at 163 Exchange Street in Pawtucket, RI.,

Peruko Ccopacatty was born in Peru and attended art school there. In 1981 he relocated to Rhode Island where he maintains a studio in West Kingston.

Ccopacatty's sculptures are monumental and dramtic, full of energy and movement, achieved through both the pose and with complex open work that merges the interior with the exterior of the structural form. He shapes hard metal as if it were fluid. His themes typically express the universal human drama of struggle and triumph.

 

Joan Hausrath

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 


 

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