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Alfred Glover

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Alfred Glover studied at the Vesper George School of Art in Boston Massachusetts, where is was a Fine Arts major and a student of Robert Douglas Hunter; and at the Cape School of Art in Provincetown, where he was a student of Henry Hensche.&nbsp;
He is currently a professor of sculpture at Cape Cod Community College; and has been an instructor, guest lecturer, and artist in residence at numerous institutions in Massachusetts.&nbsp;
Alfred has lived and worked in his Cataumet studio on Cape Cod for the
past twenty-eight years.&nbsp; He is renowned for his inventive and brilliantly colored
whimsical three dimensional works, furniture, lamps, mirrors and fine
art sculptures. He works in
various mediums, including wood, assemblage, and bronze.&nbsp;
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<span style="color: #000080"><i>&quot;Trained as a painter, I have incoroprated
two-dimensional elements of form, design and color in my
three-dimensional wood sculpture.&nbsp; I am a collector, beachcomber, and
naturalist; and these interests have inspired me to push the sculptural
medium in my own unique direction.&nbsp; My creations are sometimes
realistic, sometimes imaginary, but always whimsical.&nbsp; Both pink
flamingos and stolid gray pelicans flank my studio door, with a purple
tiger lurking around the corner.&nbsp; My love of animals and concern for the
animal kingdom, all of which I consider endangered, is paramount to my
visual expression.&nbsp; I hope people, by viewing my work, will become more
conscious of the beauty and fragility of the world around us.&quot;</i></span>
Alfred's work is included in numerous private and corporate collections, and is used by designers for the interior and exterior decor of many restaurants throughout Massachusetts.&nbsp; His works include a large indoor permanent sculpture at <b>Childrens Hospital</b>, a permanent large-scale outdoor sculpture at <b>Cape Cod Community College</b>, an indoor hut for the children's reading room at <b>Falmouth Public Library</b>, figurative bench groupings at Hingham Public Library, and works at the <b>Tipton Indian Public Library</b> and the <b>Cape Cod Museum of Art</b>.&nbsp;

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