Fred Eversley


Frederick John Eversley (born 1941, in Brooklyn, New York) is an American sculptor who lives in Venice Beach, California, and Soho, New York. He creates sculptures from cast resin and other materials, "a medium that makes possible many different effects, ranging from opacity to complete transparency. Eversley casts resin, a technically demanding material, into large cylinders; then, through cutting and polishing alters their form." Eversley's first solo exhibition at the Whitney Museum was in 1970; later, in 1977, he became the first artist-in-residence at the Smithsonian Institution's Air and Space Museum.

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Frederick John Eversley is an African-American sculptor from Brooklyn, NY. His preferred media is cast resin.

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United States


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Frederick Eversley, Fred Eversley, Frederick J. Eversley, Frederick John Eversley

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