For Bill Graziano sculpture has always been his greatest interest. Devoting his time and energy, working with a variety of materials and examining an object in relation to light, subject and anything else around it. Context and subtlety determine the way of rendering, constructed on geometric principles, ambiguity and the subconscious.
His current sculptural work, forged iron, employs traditional blacksmithing techniques, attempting to express poetic ideas in the mind and open the way to creating an expressive abstraction of patterns, imitating life rhythms and motions in nature. His work is not the prevailing conventional wisdom of environmental conditions, but rather a convergence of artistic personality
Tjok Gde Arsa Artha, Director of the Pomona Cultural Center, Pomona, NY