Zachary Oxman

A native Washingtonian, Zachary Oxman launched his sculpting career while obtaining his BFA from Carnegie Mellon University. His provocative body of work explores how the concepts of duality and perspective so powerfully influence the human condition. Oxman’s work can be found in a growing number of public and private collections, including numerous works for world leaders for two US Presidents, and heroic size sculptures for municipalities – including the Duke Ellington monument located adjacent to DC’s historic Howard Theatre.