Originally from South Dakota, Roger Majorowicz graduated from the Minneapolis College of Art and was awarded a full scholarship to attend the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine, where he won the school's top award in sculpture. He received a Fulbright Fellowship to study for two years at the Institute D'Arte in Florence, Italy.
Prior to his permanent move to Maine in 1983, he spend over two decades teaching sculpture at the Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore, with summer retreats to Whitefield, Maine, where he currently resides and works. His work has been featured in museums and galleries around the world, including Carerra, Milan, Spoleto, and Rome, Italy; Munich, Germany; and in the United States in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and many other cities. Majorowicz has created over 40 public commissions around the United States, most of them monumental in scale. Many of his sculptures can be seen in schools and public buildings in Maine, commissioned by the Maine Arts Commission Percent for Art program, including Leavitt Area High School in Turner, Westbrook High School, The University of Maine at Augusta, and Whitefield Elementary School.
Majorowicz's home and studio along the Sheepscot River borders a field enhanced by his wildly fantastic sculptures, some over 30 feet tall with moveable parts. He draws inspiration from many sources, including mythical themes, the human figure, and the landscape.
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