Enzo Torcoletti

Enzo Torcoletti was born in Italy and attended art school there before he moved to Canada where he received a B.A. in English Literature in 1968 and a B.F.A. in Sculpture and Printmaking in 1969 from the University of Windsor.  In 1971 he completed his M.F.A. in Sculpture at Florida State University then moved to St. Augustine Florida where he still resides. Currently, he is an Emeritus Professor of Art at Flagler College where he has taught Sculpture, Drawing, and Art History since 1971.

Deeply involved with sculpture production, exhibits, and commissions, his work has been shown extensively and is included in numerous private and public collections here and abroad. His sculpture has been featured in several publications including The Sculpture Reference Book and two other textbooks on Sculpture by Arthur Williams.

Enzo’s personal work and commissions are carried out in a variety of media. His latest large projects were a 15 ft. bronze and marble commission for the Baptist Medical Center Lobby in Jacksonville and a 10 ft. marble sculpture for the I.R.S. Customer Service Center in Chamblee, Georgia, which was commissioned by the General Services Administration.

Earlier commissions include a forty-foot, fifty-ton granite sculpture for The Koger Center in Jacksonville Florida and a similar one for Kings Hill in Kent, England. Torcoletti’s sculptures are also included in the collections of The Mint Museum; The Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art; The Cummer Museum of Art; T

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