About the Artist

Born in Pontiac, Michigan in 1949. Lived throughout the western US prior to moving with family to Colombia, South America in 1957. Returned to Dallas, Texas in 1965.

Received BA  in 1972 from University of Dallas, Dallas, Texas (painting and sculpture)
Received MFA  in 1974 in Sculpture, from Washington University, St. Louis.

Taught Sculpture  courses at University of Colorado, Boulder and University of South Dakota, Vermillion. Taught Sculpture and Drawing courses at Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. Taught Three Dimensional Design and Drawing at University of Akron, Akron, Ohio.

Selected One Person Exhibitions
Moos Gallery, Western Reserve Academy, Hudson, Ohio
Government Gallery, City of Kettering, Ohio
Worthington Public Library, Worthington, Ohio
Beatty Gallery, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio
Coburn Gallery, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio
Amarillo Art Museum, Amarillo, Texas
Severence Gallery, College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio
Schircliff Gallery, Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana
Eells Gallery, Blossom Music Center, Northampton Township, Ohio
National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado

Corporate Painting and Sculpture Commissions
Headquarters Company, Cleveland, Ohio
Metro Health Systems, Cleveland, Ohio
Union Metal Manufacturing Company, Canton, Ohio
Cleveland Public Library System, Cleveland, Ohio
Hilton Hotels, Toledo, Ohio
Joseph T. Ryerson & Son Inc., Denver, Colorado
Earle M. Jorgensen Company, Denver, Colorado

Artist's Statement

My work with collage is an ongoing journey into discovery. I focus on creating a landscape of balance and energy. Relying on intuition, I tell a story by assembling order out of chaos, using color as the main vehicle.  Chance can play a large role in the construction of the work and can at times take me into upredictable directions.

I approach sculpture in much the same way. Spontaneity is the foundation, and through a process of elimination the work is created. As the work begins to speak, I am then able to take the sculpture through the necessary stage to where I feel it takes on a life of its own.

Jeff Fauser In His Studio

Cutting the small structural models