John Scott Roloff Boat

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John Scott Roloff boat
The following is from the artist:
John Roloff (1947 - ) is a visual artist who works conceptually with site, process and natural systems. He is known primarily for his outdoor kiln/furnace projects done from the late 1970s to the early 1990s as well as other large-scale environmental and gallery installations investigating geologic and natural phenomena.

He studied geology at UC Davis, Davis, CA with Professor Eldridge Moores and others during the formative days of plate tectonics in the mid-1960s. Subsequently, he studied art with Bob Arneson and William T. Wiley also at UC Davis in the late 1960s.

In addition to numerous environmental, site-specific installations in the US, Canada and Europe, his work has been included in exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of
American Art, UC Berkeley Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art,
Smithsonian Institution, Photoscene Cologne and the Venice Architectural Biennale.

He has received 3 artists visual arts fellowships from the NEA, a Guggenheim Foundation fellowship and a California Arts Council grant for visual artists.

He is currently a Professor of Sculpture and Interdisciplinary Studies at the San Francisco Art Institute.
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Dimensions (WxDxH):
30"w x 5.5"d x 6.5"h
Excellent with age appropriate patina
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