William W. Rockwell

Since I was too young to remember, I have always been a passionate creator, driven to learn while striving for the ever elusive perfection.

During this time, I have been as a sponge, soaking in as much knowledge as I could, letting it form into ideas, and then releasing these in the form of my creations as the muse whispered, and continues to whisper, in my ear.

At a young age art was primarily two dimensional for me. Over time I began to shift my primary art focus from 2D paper and canvas art - bringing it off the wall and into a more 3D-focused passion. My early art included a pile of sketch books, a few paintings and school binder doodles. As time went on, I began fabricating 3D wire and polymer clay sculptures, progressing to full polymer clay sculptures, welded metal sculptures and sculpted leather.

I am largely self taught, learning as much as possible from every resource available. Whether it's a video with sculpting techniques or training manuals and books on how to weld, I am grateful for all learning tools available to me.

After collecting feedback and advice from some of my customers and family/friends, I have fine-tuned and polished my work, and have spent hundreds of hours researching techniques, tips and tricks, new styles and everything else I could get my hands on.

Now I am able to continue to grow and expand ideas, and am so grateful to my customers for this.

I hope you enjoy my art as much as I enjoyed creating it.