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Dick Wiken, Milwaukee architectural sculptor…

Dick Wiken, Milwaukee architectural sculptor

by Anna Passante

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 097856412X, Paperback)

Sculptor Dick Wiken grew up in Milwaukee's Bay View neighborhood. A self-taught sculptor, Wiken went on to become a well-respected sculptor of wood, stone, and metal. The majority of his work was executed in the 1950s thru the1970s in the area of architectural sculpture. Many examples of his artwork still survive in the Milwaukee area, as well as in Fond du Lac and Marshfield, Wisconsin. His most glorious work (and his most favorite) is located in Guaymas, Mexico.

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