David Hostetler

The Iconography of the Goddess

2006 Exhibit Dates
Oct 03 To Oct 29

Inspired by goddesses and women of historical significance, renowned wood carver and bronze sculptor David Hostetler captures the spirit, romance, and earthiness of the feminine." Hostetler, a professor emeritus at Ohio University, gained national prominence in the 1960s with his "American Woman' series. His work is included in a number of private collections and museums, and has been featured in films, on television, and in newspapers and magazines. During his 38-year teaching career at Ohio University, he taught a number of now-accomplished artists." Hostetler's home and studio are located in Athens, OH; he owns a gallery Nantucket, MA.

Ancient Tree Root Goddesses, bronze and wood, 69 in. to 82 in.