Guy Dill (b. 1946) is an American artist who has mastered abstract sculpture. His monumental bronze and marble compositions, while not figurative, often suggest the lines, curves and lithe swoop of bodies and of movement itself.


Dill received his BFA at the Chouinard Institute of Art in 1970. Honored with over fifty solo exhibitions throughout his career, the artist’s works are found in public and private collections internationally, including the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), the Smithsonian Institute (Washington DC) and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.


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.