Bronze artist Rod Zullo enjoys the studio, but finds its four walls and roof overhead to be a claustrophobic space, especially when there is a world of other opportunities just steps away. “I’m truly happiest when I’m outdoors, when I’m living life,” he says. “My art is a reflection of my life, and I’m just trying to live my life to the fullest. The studio might be where I complete my visions, but the outdoors is where I start them.”

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