Kevin Reiswig is a sculptor and furniture maker from the United States’ Midwest. His creations stem from his hearty fascination with plants, animals, and the land. A natural born forager, his work frequently incorporates scavenged materials from his environment. Kevin strives in his work for a viable practice of imagination, with an emphasis on quality, utility, and ethical responsibility.
Kevin is originally from Ohio and is a graduate of The College of Wooster, where he studied sculpture under the guidance of Walter Zurko. He has lived at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado twice: once as a summer workshop intern (2010) and again as artist-in-residence (2013). In 2010 he moved to Chicago, where he worked most notably as a maker for Theaster Gates, John Preus, South-side Hub of Production, Rebuild Foundation, and others. He now lives and works in Port Townsend, Washington.