NSG Fellow Michael Warrick
"My sculpture represents an exploration of organic form and textural surface with a natural color palette.
Whatever I can do to make a project the best possible project, I do. I think of the time spent as an investment. There is an old Chinese proverb that inspires me. 'The sting of doing something badly lasts much longer than the pleasure of doing it right'.”
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Sculptor Michael Warrick, whose works you can find in the sculpture parks that dot the city of Little Rock, moved to Arkansas in 1990 to teach at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Originally from Illinois, he was drawn to Arkansas’ scenery and outdoor activities. “That’s had a direct influence on the type of work that I do, in terms of the ideas, materials, and the subjects,” Warrick says. “It’s been the most dynamic influence of my life, being here in this place.”