Eric Goulder

Eric Goulder's sculptures are a reflection of contemporary society and its contradictions. Through expressions of despair, hope, angst, greed and innocence, Goulder's work examines the human spirit's struggle for identity. Nude men, women and babies are presented as singular forms, as well as controlled yet tangled compositions. Full of movement and life, Goulder's figures are simultaneously beautiful, disturbing, sensual and dramatic. Goulder's sculptures are from his imagination, conceived and formed without models and made by his own hand. They are an ongoing search and challenge, striving for purity of form and truth.

Eric Goulder was born in 1964 in Ohio.

He lives and works in Virginia and Italy, with his wife, the artist Dana Volkert, and daughter Eva.