Abstract Expressionist musician most widely known for his “Cubis” group of stainless-steel, geometric sculptures. He was also known for “Hudson River Landscaping” from 1950 and “The Notice” from 1950, both made to breakdown the barriers between sculpting and painting. He briefly went to Ohio School and the School of Notre Dame. He fell out of Notre Dame fourteen days following the semester began because there weren’t any artwork courses. He proved helpful for a summer months in an vehicle factory over the set up series. He was a welder for the American Locomotive Firm in Schenectady, NY, during World Battle II. He recognized a teaching placement with Sarah Lawrence University. He was wedded to the famous Dorothy Dehner from 1927 until 1952. He had taken her information and became a member of the Art Learners League of NY, where he was trained by John Sloan and Jan Matulka. He was chosen by Leader Lyndon B. Johnson to be always a area of the Country wide Council from the Arts in 1965.