Randal Leek works in wood and stone, inspired by the shapes and textured surfaces found in nature. Born and raised in Washington State, Leek’s abstract sculptures are defined by precise edges contrasting with the untouched roughness of weathered forms often found on the shores of Puget Sound and in the forests of the Cascades. He says, “My sculptures are intended to have an element of intimacy; to be touched and lived with. They don’t intentionally express some aspect of the Human Condition, other than a kind of wonder.” And he adds: “For me, two things are most important: the physical nature of the material and the abstract form of the final composition.” Leek lived and worked overseas for over 25 years in humanitarian assistance including Sudan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Albania, India, Pakistan and most recently in Afghanistan. He has been the featured artist in Yakima Magazine and his sculptures have been exhibited in the U.S. Embassy in Kabul and in galleries in Edmonds, La Conner, Ellensburg, Cannon Beach, Yachats and Yakima, where he now lives. He received his M.S. Engineering degree from Washington State University.
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