Paul Harris decided to be a sculptor while a student at the
University of New Mexico in 1948. He has been a Guggenheim Fellow,
a MacDowell Fellow, a Tamarind artist-in-residence, and a Fulbright
professor in Chile, where he was named Miembro Academico de Belles
Artes of the Universidad Catolica. He lives and works in Bolinas,
This volume includes a selection of works made between 1949 and
1999. They can be divided loosely into three periods which
intermingle and overlap. The first is highly experimental: works
done in papier mache, plaster, and fabric. Concurrently, Harris
made a series of male heads, cloned from one mold in vacuum formed
plexiglas. The third and final period includes works made of wood
or cast in bronze -- diverse in richness of ideas and pared down in
form to absolute essentials.
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