Guy Dill (born 1946) received his education at Chouinard Institute of Art, Los Angeles, California (BFA-Honors) in 1970. Dill, whose work is collected and exhibited around the world, is one of the acknowledged contemporary masters of large-scale, abstract sculptural work.


His bronzes, while not figurative, often suggest the lines, curves, and lithe swoop of bodies and of movement itself. Dill has had over fifty one-man exhibitions, in cities including: Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, London and Brussels.


Related Works

  • Guy Dill's Boon is so elegant and balletic that it appears to levitate from its base. For another lighter-than-air sculpture made with industrial materials, discover Frederic Bouffandeau's Untitled 3, 2014. View his work.
  • In the collection of our sister gallery, form & concept, view sculptures by Debra Baxter, Armond Lara, Matthew Mullins and Matthew Szösz.