Bronze head fashion from cast found objects - the decorative elements added to furniture early in the last century.
Bronze sculptor Dale Dunning’s skilled craftsmanship never overshadows the story he wants to tell. Often he presents new ways of looking at the human face – sometimes as a mask, other times brimming with words and thoughts – and a always compelling, sacred narrative.
He holds a MFA (1971) from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan. Dunning has exhibited across Canada and his work is held in a number of corporate and national collections.
About Dale Dunning
Canadian, based in Ontario, Canada