John Sisko - (b. 1958) is a realist sculptor who hails from Seattle, Washington. His degreed in philosophy from the University of Washington. His deeper understanding of human thought is echoed in the plaintive expressions that adorn the faces of his sculpture.
Sisko's style is impressive. He is especially adept with the anatomy of the human body and in presenting sculptures with movement. In building up his models, he uses long strips of clay in a fluid motion that play up muscularity and body cavities, to reflect light and cast shadows. The hands and feet are often articulated in an exaggerated manner to add extra presence and power to his figures. Sisko is an active contributor to the prestigious magazine Sculpture Review and has been honored with election to the National Sculpture Society.
Sisko's sculptures have been acquired for corporate and private collections alike. He is represented in San Francisco, Santa Fe, Seattle, and Hong Kong. Sizes of his work range from full figures to small heads and small animal figures. Prices range from $1,850 to 18,500. He is also available for site-specific commissions. Interested collectors should contact the gallery staff so that we might assist you.