Silent Motion in Red by Wayne Trapp

Wayne Trapp graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. He continued his studies in drawing and painting at Carnegie Mellon and the Art Students League in New York. He then studied print making at Pratt Institute before receiving his BFA from Ohio State University.  For over four decades he has created both small and monumental scale sculptures for private collectors, corporate clients, Universities and Museums in the United States and Europe. A recently published book titled “Journey of a Sculptor” illustrates many of these sculptures. It is available from Dancing Fish Press.

Please visit www.WayneTrapp.com

Artist Statement:

“For over 35 years I have been making sculptures for public places. Perhaps the most important thing I have learned is that a public sculpture must be durable and timeless both in form and materials. Public art is a statement about a community as a whole. My sculptures are in various sites around the United States and other countries. They are as strong structurally and conceptually now, as they were when first installed. I believe that a sculpture should enhance its environment.”