Richard Horosko-Manderbach

Richard Horosko-Manderbach
born 1948
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Richard Horosko-Manderbach studied at the Tuscarora Pottery School in northeastern Nevada during the late 1960s. There, he first encountered ironworking and other metalsmithing techniques that he refers to as the fire arts.” The artist likes the plasticity” of the iron and the immediacy” of the forging process, and counts the art nouveau ironwork of Antoni Gaudi and Victor Horta, as well as African art, as his strongest influences.

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