|Birth Day||September 18, 1933|
|Age||90 YEARS OLD|
American abstract expressionist Sculptor who made metal sculptures, such as the pieces Prison Dream and Pre-Natal Memories.
He studied philosophy at the University of California, Santa Barbara and then moved to New York.
He worked in construction and was critically injured in an elevator accident, putting him in a wheelchair for years.
He and his wife have a daughter together.
He made a sculpture dedicated to william Butler Yeats.