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Lived/Active: Rhode Island/Massachusetts      Known for: abstract skeletel sculpture

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Peter Diepenbrock Infinity IV
"Infinity IV" Stainless steel 106 x 48 x 16
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Biography from Windham Fine Arts:
Steel, copper, bronze, aluminum and imagination – these are the materials that Peter Diepenbrock bends and welds to create the skeletal structures and undulating surfaces of his abstract sculptures.  Using the natural rhythms of geometry and repetition, Diepenbrock explores the creation of form and movement.  Of his process, Diepenbrock says “I am developing a certain appreciation for the metaphoric potential of ‘organic geometry’. I am seeing ‘form’ as a frozen moment, a snapshot of what is, in fact, in constant motion. Any one of these forms can be seen as fragments of a much larger dynamic…The skeletal line work…defines form abstractly, like the ‘idea’ of a form, which is both there and not there. The shingled surfacing is truly a skin, a surface constructed from cell like elements, which encloses the form giving it the appearance of solidity.”  Each sculpture’s final form is but one possible expression that could result from Diepenbrock’s processes.

A Rhode Island School of Design graduate, Diepenbrock has achieved a distinguished record of accomplishment as one of Rhode Island’s prolific contemporary sculptors.  Diepenbrock’s work for public spaces include the 9/11 Memorial for the Rhode Island State House; One Exeter Plaza in Boston; Main Street, East Greenwich, and currently the University of Rhode Island.

Selected solo exhibitions include:
“Through the Looking Glass: A progressive installation,” The Wright Gallery, Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI (2007); “Process,” Bridgewater State College, MA (2002); “Monogenesis,” The Wright Gallery, Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI (2002); “95-1, Installation” Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI (1995); “Form From Form” Gallery I/O, New Orleans, LA (1991) and “Form From Form II” CCRI, Warwick, RI (1991). Selected group exhibitions include “Naturally Inspired Invitational” Tiffany and Co, Providence RI (2008); “Friedman and Diepenbrock”, Mc Evoy Gallery, Portsmouth Abbey, Portsmouth, RI (2006); “In the Green” Outdoor  Sculpture Exhibition, Hamilton House, Jamestown, RI (2005); “3-D Rhode Island”, Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI (2004); “Sculpture for the Outdoors VI”, Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA (2003); “Cairn Croft Sculpture Garden”, Dover, MA (2003); “Convergence X”, Outdoor Exhibition, Providence, RI (2002); The Wheeler Gallery, Providence, RI (1994); “Young Americans 1998” Traveling Exhibition at American Craft Museum, NYC, Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY, Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN and Jacksonville Art Museum, Jacksonville, FL (1988) and “Five from the Foundry”, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI (1987).

He has also done numerous private commissions in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and California.

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