Zachary Oxman's sculpture is a unique expression of his passion for capturing fleeting glimpses of moments that celebrate the human spirit. He is renowned for the movement and fluidity of his exceptional bronze works, which break the bonds of the medium, as well as his stunning large scale stainless steel outdoor installations.
Oxman was born in Reston, Virginia, in 1968. His parents, an architect and a ceramicist, helped craft an environment that encouraged artistic expression. He began pursuing his art career at Carnegie Melon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, then furthered his studies and honed his craft, the lost wax casting method, while living abroad in Florence, Italy.
He applies his skills to a wide variety of sculptural applications, encompassing both statuary and functional sculpture. The scale of his works range from tabletop to monumental outdoor installations. Oxman's sculpture is exhibited and commissioned by galleries, museums, synagogues, private collectors and governmental entities across the nation.