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Ted Gall began his art career in Chicago over fifty years ago as a graphic designer and animator. Sculpture later became the main focus of his work after studying at the Art Institute of Chicago. His work is usually done in cast stainless steel or cast bronze, and incorporates the human figure. Many of his larger works can be seen on the grounds of commercial buildings, private homes, museum grounds, and sculpture garden in public parks. His smaller works attract private collectors both in this country and abroad.


Ted Gall’s sculptures tend to work in ways that dreams do, presenting familiar images in unexpected combinations and context, leaving us to puzzle out what to make of them. He leads us to uncover masks behind masks, and tableaux within tableaux, drawing us down to deep places or, bringing the depths almost into view, yet never presuming to tell us what we are seeing.


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