William Earl Kofmehl, III

American, b. 1980
William Earl Kofmehl, III, is a sculptor and native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Kofmehl studied fine arts and civil engineering at Carnegie Mellon University before earning his MFA from Yale University. He has exhibited work around the United States and internationally, and has held adjunct professorial appointments at Carnegie Mellon University, the Pont-Aven School of Contemporary Art (France), University of Pittsburgh, Geneva College, and Robert Morris University. Kofmehl's work is composed of reclaimed cast bronze and aluminum alloys harvested from Pittsburgh's industrial history. As a multidisciplinary artist, Kofmehl looks at the intersections between factual information, historical events and fictitious stories while commenting on social roles and divisions of labor.
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