Stephen Rueckert, lives in Washington D.C. where he teaches sculpture at St. Albans School for Boys. His most recent project,”Hip-Hop Birdhouses” and “Honey, Where’s the Remote” delighted audiences in Washington D.C. at The Flashpoint Gallery in cooperation with Xavier Courouble Contemporary Art.
His drawings are in the permanent collections of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and his work has been featured in Art Forum, the New York Times, Public Art Review, The New Scientist, The Cern Courier journal of high energy particle physics and The Washington Post. He studied sculpture, drawing and painting at Rhode Island School of Design, the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, The Art Students League, and the New York Academy. He has taught drawing and sculpture both privately and in workshops offered in connection with institutions such as Pratt Manhattan, New York University, and the Seattle Academy of Fine Art. Prior to teaching, as sole proprietor of Sculptural Engineering, he provided fabrication services for many artists and designers. Some clients include Robert Wilson, Edwin Schlossberg and artist/furniture designer Edward Wienberger.