Isaac Bower is a visual artist with a BFA in sculpture from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, and an MFA in sculpture from West Virginia University. He has also worked for thirty years as a therapeutic bodyworker, helping over 6000 individuals with a range of pain and functional issues.
Isaac's artwork and interactive programming explore the embodied human experience in the digital era. Stylistically, his artwork often employes the use of patterning and modular approaches. Isaac's art education was rooted initially in ceramics, but he has also worked extensively with drawing, wood, found elements, mold-making and casting techniques.
Since establishing his Pittsburgh studio in 2005, Isaac has completed a range of commission projects for both commercial and residential spaces. Isaac’s current art practice blends studio output and interactive programs within libraries, museums, senior centers, corporate, and non-profit spaces.
Isaac lives with his wife and their daughter in the Polish Hill section of Pittsburgh.