Dennis Fulton-Sears is a sculptor who was born in Buffalo. He earned his BFA from Daemen College in 1991, where he began his study of drawing, photography, ceramics, and printmaking. In 2011 he opened Whiteheart Studios in the Village of Wilson, as a home base for his work with wood, metal, stone, and glass. Fulton-Sears often repurposes found steel, iron, and other discarded materials to create new outdoor sculptures, many of which have been installed throughout the village. He and his wife Cheryl Fulton-Sears co-founded the Elizabeth Worley Memorial Art and Peace Center in 2014. For more information on Dennis Fulton-Sears, visit whiteheartstudios.com or burchfieldpenney.org.
Artists Seen: Photographs of Artists in the 21st Century is an ongoing project by photographer David Moog in partnership with the Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo State. Moog has set out to make portraits of every self-identified working artist and arts professional in Western New York. To be included in the project, call David Moog directly at 716-472-6721 or contact the center at 716-878-4131. Artists working in all media are welcome; visit burchfieldpenney.org for more information.