Fritz White has long been known and recognized for his imaginative approach to sculpture. Inspired by the spirit of "persevering America," White strives to capture that spirit in his bronzes.
Born in Ohio, White came to the West while working in the publishing industry and after having been a commercial artist in the Midwest. He completed his first sculpture in 1962, and after a decade of experimenting with bronze, marble and other stone, he was elected to the Cowboy Artists of America.
White shares his talents with others, teaching numerous educational sessions with young artists and conducting sculpture classes for the visually impaired.
In addition to being a CAA member, White is a member of the National Sculpture Society.