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Lyman Kipp’s abstract banner is named after an American town too small to appear on most maps, as small American towns often are. The artist’s graphic sculpture, often named after American places, has been seen across the country since the mid-fifties, when his work appeared in museums and galleries in Detroit, Des Moines, Minneapolis, Providence and New York. His sculpture stands in many major American public, private and corporate collections. Recently, Kipp’s work was included in exhibitions at Storm King Art Center, San Diego Fine Arts Gallery, the Aldrich Museum in Richfield, Connecticut, and in the “Monumenta” and “Monumental Sculpture” shows in Newport, Rhode Island and Houston, Texas, respectively.

He was born in Dobbs Ferry, New York in 1929, and studied at Pratt Institute in New York and Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan.

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