Seigenthaler has taught figurative clay and sculpture at the University of Montana, Missoula, Harold Washington College in Chicago, as well as the figure in clay at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
"Man with a Habit"
1987 Acrylic, Fabric, on fired Stoneware, Found Sofa
(This work was smashed with a hammer by the artst in 1996 and no longer exists)
1988 Acrylic, Steel, Fabric, on fired Stoneware
disturbing yet strangely compelling
Some of these things are disturbing
Gargoyles for a modern world. I look like this in the mornings(under my face hair).
bizzare and grotesque...yet amazing and awesome.
awesome and confrontational wax figures...
Meet Joseph Seigenthaler's creations.
Grostesque, scary, sometimes shocking wax figures showing some human bad sides... Real cool, I'd like to see that for real.
Twisted, grotesque, and yet oh so utterly lovely... -all at the same time; ... just like life.
Very impressive - grotesque but wonderful
Figurative sculpture, but not the plain boring type. Hmmmm..
Amazing work. The wax museum pieces were particularly cool.
gateway: Joseph Seigenthaler, sculpture, macabre and introspective
Not for me.