Fitzroy (Fitz) Harrack 1924 - 2013
Harrack, a Grenadian by birth, was one of Jamaica's most famous sculptors. Like many fine artists, he was schooled at the then Jamaica School of Art between 1969 to 1979 and even served as the school's head of the sculpture department. He also served as art educator at Hillel and Alpha academies.
Harrack was adept with practically any material, including wood, copper and stone. He also did extensive research in various topics, including Jamaican exotic hardwoods for sculpture, exotic metals, techniques for sculpture, and new copper welding techniques, bronze, brass and nickel.
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