The Three Fates - Morton Katz
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The Three Fates - Morton Katz

Detail of a bronze scultpure overlooking a riverfront skyline.

Vision Corridor

Morton Katz
The Three Fates, 2003
Painted steel, bronze, 457 x 305 x 45 centimetres

Standing atop three painted poles are three small bronze women, confidently posed and nude. While each woman has a different physique and pose, they are unified by their similar mood and gaze.


‚ÄčAbout Morton Katz

Morton Katz began his career as an architect and held a professorship at the University of Toronto Faculty of Architecture for 10 years. During that time, sculptures became a natural, creative extension of his profession. He has exhibited at major Toronto Galleries including The John Black Aird Gallery, The Sculptor's Society of Canada Gallery, The Koffler Gallery and the Ontario Association of Architects Gallery. His work is featured in private collections across the United States and Canada and has also appeared at the Art Dialogue Gallery in Buffalo, New York, as well as the Vineland Sculpture Garden in Vineland, Ontario. Katz continues to work in the field of architecture while also maintaining lecturing positions at the Avenue Road Art School and the Art Centre, Central Technical School. Morton Katz is the past President of the Sculptor's Society Canada and the Director of the Canadian Sculpture Centre.

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