Addie Motzko

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Addie  Motzko Acero True Bellever
Acero True Bellever, 2015
Sculpture - Steel
62 x 37 x 26 in
62 x 37 x 26 in
157 x 94 x 66 cm
$ 6,500
Addie  Motzko
Fortitude, 2013
Sculpture - Steel
60 1/2 x 16 in
60 1/2 x 16 in
$ 2,500
Addie  Motzko
Metamorphosis, 2016
Sculpture - Steel
59 x 26 x 14 in
59 x 26 x 14 in
150 x 66 x 36 cm
$ 2,400
Addie  Motzko
Modesta, 2016
Sculpture - Steel
42 1/2 x 28 1/2 x 14 1/2 in
42 1/2 x 28 1/2 x 14 1/2 in
$ 2,600
Addie  Motzko
Mother, 2014
Sculpture - Steel
13 1/2 x 21 x 10 in
13 1/2 x 21 x 10 in
$ 850
Addie  Motzko Princess Victoria
Princess Victoria, 2018
Sculpture - Steel
64 x 54 1/2 x 27 in
64 x 54 1/2 x 27 in
$ 3,000
Addie  Motzko The Dancers
The Dancers, 2015
Sculpture - Steel
13 1/2 x 13 x 7 in
13 1/2 x 13 x 7 in
Call For Price
Addie  Motzko
The Protectors, 2013
Sculpture - Steel
14 1/2 x 7 x 7 in
14 1/2 x 7 x 7 in
 

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Addie  Motzko

Addie Motzko

Addie Motzko Biography

Addie Motzko, a Minnesota native has resided in Minnesota most of her life.  She is an artist in all media, specializing in metal sculpture.  Addies work is fundamentally abstract figurative.  She has exhibited at the following venues:

  • The Gallery at Zeller Studio,
  • Plymouth Primavera,
  • Solar Arts building at the annual Art-A-Whirl event,
  • Hutchinson Sculpture Stroll 2016,
  • Minnetonka Center for the Arts,
  • Minnesota Ladscape Aboretum,
  • Guild of Metalsmith Magazine and Annual Blacksmith Guild Conference
  • University of Minnesota - Morris.

Addie has also been a teacher/instuctor at the following institutions:

  • Welding CoInstructor and Studio Monitor at Minnetonka Center for the Arts
  • Student teaching Visual Art
  • Art History at Willmar High School
  • Minnewaska High School
  • Art Coordinator for Port City Development Center in Portland, Oregon teaching art to adults with developmental disabilities

Addie Motzko Description

Addie's metal sculpture is beautifully abstractly figurative.  She makes steel look like she's working with clay... layers of shapes welded together in ways that are reminiscent of ceramics.  The texture and patina make the surfaces phenomenal.  Working from sizes ranging from 1' to 6' tall and are perfect for both any interior and/or exterior environment..   Addie is on her way to becoming one of the finest sculptors in the country.  

Addie Motzko Statement

My work is often abstract - figurative and inspired by real people as well as human qualities that influence and motivate me. I'm influenced by organic shapes found in the natural world that translate themselves into subconscious and abstract forms.  I am interested in the contrast between the natural and the man made world.  For example; how organic shapes that represent nature can be cut from pieces of flat steeel and then shaped and welded together to create  abstract and organic forms.  The steel is a canvas that presents emotions, ideas, thoughts and experiences that exist on a subconscious level and transform themselves into a 3 dimensional work of art.

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