The following information was provided by the artist unless otherwise noted.
Stanley Kearl was born in Waterbury, CT. He studied at Yale University where he earned an MA. After a tour in the army during World War II, he received a Ph.D in sculpture from Iowa State University.
Kearl was awarded a Fulbright Professorship in sculpture for two years in Rome. He subsequently remained in Europe for another eight years during which time he had numerous solo shows in Sweden, Switzerland, London, Paris, Italy, and Germany.
Upon his return to New York City he was elected to the Sculptors Guild. He exhibited at the Whitney Biennial, the Museum of Modern Art Penthouse Gallery, and in that institution's Lending Library. He also had numerous solo shows in New York City, Washington, DC, Boston, and Long Island. His works are in the Art In The Embassies Program. Reviews of his shows have appeared in the New York Times and New York Herald Tribune as well as publications devoted to art. Kearl is listed in the Dictionary of American Sculptors and Who's Who in American Art.
His sculptures are in the private collections of Nelson Rockefeller and Alice Kaplan and the collections of the National Museum, Stockholm and Museum Goteborg, Sweden, and the Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY.
Regina Stewart, Executive Director