Theodore T. Gall began his career in the arts in the mid-sixties as an animator for teaching films and continued to broaden his skills as a graphic designer. Gall has worked in metal since his early days as an artist. His work is lost wax cast into bronze, aluminum, or stainless steel, or welded Corten steel. Many of the larger works are produced in editions of seven or ten while the smaller pieces are one-of-a-kind. While a concept may be repeated many times, each sculpture is unique. Although his work has not been limited to the human form, it has been his primary focus throughout his career. His compelling figures are most often placed in thought-provoking situations.
Gall studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and the American Academy of Art and has shared his expertise with students at the Clay People in Chicago, Illinois, The Northshore Art League in Winnetka, Illinois, and the Ojai Art Center in Ojai, California. Gall has exhibited and garnered awards throughout the country and is acquiring a burgeoning international clientele.
Here are a couple of examples of his work.