Joe Gitterman has sculpted for 50 years. Retiring from Wall Street he became devoted to his art. Since his first exhibition, 2011, his work is now in private and corporate collections in twelve states and three countries. More than 40 collectors own his works and he has executed commissions for over a dozen clients many of which were for multiple pieces.
Gitterman is inspired by a love of ballet and modern dance. He sculpts maquettes in copper, wax and acrylic and casts in bronze or fabricates in stainless steel and each piece is unique. His work ranges from intimate size to the outdoor dramatic size. Their texture and color accentuates dynamic movement or sensual form; clean crisp stainless steel, leather-like patinated bronze or vibrant yellow each is an abstraction or gesture that conveys fluidity of form.