Ron Bevilacqua, a noteworthy sculptor from rural Upper Bucks County Pennsylvania, reflects the beauty of nature within the structure of rocks and trees. Living amidst these boulders and tall trees has given him the uncanny ability to see and bring to the surface interesting human and animal images. Many pieces are discovered on the shoreline of Adirondack Mountain lakes, in the forest and from his woodpile. If you have visited regional or national art exhibitions you are familiar with his distinctive work and awards. His interpretive sculptures are included in many private collection throughout the United States. Include one of his sculptures in your art collection and it emerges into a great conversation piece.
Ron has created sculptures for over 35 years. His early careers working as a mason and a high school teacher have enabled him to acquire the skills necessary to creatively apply mallet and chisel techniques to wood and stone, transforming the natural materials into works of art. He studied with prominent Pennsylvania sculptors at the Baum School of Art for many years and carved marble in Pietrasanta, Italy.
He shares his skills at his Thatcher Hill Sculpture Studio with his own students and other aspiring artist who need a place to work in an art inspiring atmosphere. Ron takes much pride in students who have exhibited their work in local juried exhibitions.