Greg Wyatt Exhibition

A Season of Shakespeare:
Bronze Works by Greg Wyatt

These eight bronze works are currently on display on the St. John’s College Quad at McDowell Hall. Please note that due to COVID restrictions campus building facilities are closed to the public.

Greg Wyatt, an American sculptor whose primary medium of artistic expression is cast bronze, is the sculptor-in-residence at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City. Wyatt is known for his public works throughout the United States and Europe, and is inspired and guided by poetry, classicism, Shakespeare, Italian Renaissance masters, and architecture. Wyatt’s sculptures can also be seen in the gardens at the Folger Shakespeare Library, Georgetown University Medical Center, Arlington National Cemetery, and many other major institutions.

This exhibition is organized by the Newington-Cropsey Foundation and the Mitchell Gallery.

Watch “The Creativity of Bronze,” a prerecorded lecture by Lucinda Edinberg.

A Midsummer Nights Dream bronze maquette Greg Wyatt Mitchell Gallery

Greg Wyatt, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, bronze maquette.


Falstaff mid size bronze Greg Wyatt Mitchell Gallery

Greg Wyatt, Henry IV Part 2, Falstaff, mid-size bronze.


Falstaff bronze maquette Greg Wyatt Mitchell Gallery

Greg Wyatt, Henry IV part 2, Falstaff, bronze maquette.


Julius Caesar bronze maquette Greg Wyatt Mitchell Gallery

Greg Wyatt, Julius Ceasar, bronze maquette.


Macbeth bronze maquette Greg Wyatt Mitchell Gallery

Greg Wyatt, Macbeth, bronze maquette.


The Tempest bronze model Greg Wyatt Mitchell Gallery

Greg Wyatt, The Tempest, bronze maquette.


Twelfth Night bronze maquette Greg Wyatt Mitchell Gallery

Greg Wyatt, Twelfth Night, bronze maquette.