Howard Hitchcock is an emeritus professor of art at Cal State long Beach, California.
He began his career working in wood and clay then became a sculptor after devoting decades to perfecting the art of casting.
He modified an industrial casting process, which he brought to his sculpture working in this media for twenty years.
Many of his themes touch on the human condition providing witty commentary on the stresses and relationships we experience in our crowded and technological world.
His sculptures have been exhibited throughout the United States, Mexico and Japan. He is also included in the "Who's Who in American Art."
He is also a painter where his inspirations spring from world travel and an appreciation of natural landscapes.