Hillel O’Leary is a New York based sculptor and installation artist whose work deals with ideas surrounding place, time, and belonging.
Hillel is a recent graduate of the Penn State sculpture MFA program and he holds a bachelor’s degree from the Rhode Island School of Design. He is also a founding member of “the Wurks” a Providence, RI artist collective and resource center.
Hillel’s work has been featured both in the United States and internationally. This fall, he completed a series of projects at Joya, an “off-the-grid” residency in southern Spain.
His work has recently been featured as part of the Digital Stone Project, a residency in which he carved marble with robots in Italy’s Tuscany region.
Hillel is currently working as a freelance designer, visiting lecturer and professional drifter.
All images courtesy of the artist
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