"I find my inspiration in applying a humanistic approach to the visual world, the juxtaposition of nature, man and woman.
Imagery, order and mathematical geometry intrigue me. Many of my inspirations evolve from a visual trigger and past experiences and memories. I attempt to transfer those ideas into sculpture using a wealth of fabrication skills and an appreciation for the materials at hand.
I seek to create artworks that are clear and true to a sense of forms and shapes. Sculptural images can engage us on many levels. We are all touched by the power of forms and shapes."
- Gerard Tsutakawa
"The Treasure of Art Parks" Gerard Tsutakawa on display at the International Children's Park in Seattle
"Sculptor Gerard Tsutakawa Reflects on Port Townsend Artwork", A video interview for the Seattle PI
"Review: Tsutakawas' compelling works are shown together in Seattle exhibition", A review by Gail Clemans in the Seattle Times