Pete Wroblewski
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I’ve been a sculptor for over 25 years. I started late in sculpture. I had a full career in 
the U. S. Air Force. While at Bellevue University, Bellevue, Nebraska, working on my 
BFA, I took my first sculpture class and decided that sculpture was the only way for me 
to be able to express my vision. I work primarily in bronze, using the lost wax process, 
but have also worked in aluminum, steel and wood. Because I do extensive revision of 
the wax positive I make from a clay beginning, each piece is unique, no copies are 
made. My work is primarily figurative with various subjects that appeal to me, from 
mythology, nature, or emotion. I strive to show movement, both subtle and obvious.