Warren Seelig lives and works in Rockland, Maine. He is a sculptor and distinguished visiting professor in the Fibers/Mixed Media program at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia where he teaches, curates, and writes on various subjects related to textile, fiber, and material studies. He received a B.S. from the Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He has received multiple fellowships from both the National Endowment for the Arts and Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. His work has been included in more than 30 major museum exhibitions in the US, Europe, Japan and Korea, with many solo and group shows worldwide. Seelig’s Shadowfield works use light as a material to engage plexiglass, stone, and metal with the space around them, blurring the lines of where the work begins and ends. “Shadow has a substance, in a way, but it’s there and then it’s gone.”

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