Jack Zajac

Jack Zajac

A California based sculptor, Jack Zajac is known for his work in bronze and marble. His abstract forms channel the sense of intuition, mystery, and the unconscious that are central to the Surrealist tradition, while his clean sculptural lines hold echoes of famed Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi. Zajac's choice of subject matter often comes from the natural world—the curves of falling water, or the arch of a swan’s neck—and are often weighted with symbolic meaning, such as his series of skulls and horned goats. He studied art at Scripps College and has received a Guggenheim Fellowship and the Rome Prize. Zajac is a member of The American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Academy of Design. His work resides in numerous museum collections and has been featured in solo exhibitions and retrospectives across the country.

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