We are pleased to present an online exhibit of the sculptural works of Raphael Xavier Reichert. Professor of Art and Design at California State University at Fresno, Reichert's work is informed by long exposure to the art of the indigenous cultures of Oceania, Africa, and the Americas. This is a selection of work recently exhibited in Northern California at the solo show "Ad Infinitum" at the Fresno Art Museum.

The artist has had numerous solo and group exhibits. His work has been the subject of several awards in nationally juried shows, including first place in two separate “Found Object as Art” exhibitions with George Herms, and Michael McMillen respectively as jurors. In 1997, he was one of 5 sculptors invited from the United States for the Toyamura International Sculpture Biennale in Hokkaido, Japan.

All works price on request.

all images © Raphael Xavier Reichert 2013

9' - oars and oarlocks
Frost Advisory 
11' diameter - shoe forms and steel
That Which You Will Come to Understand
Crab claws, submarine model. About 4’ long
The Best Laid Plans 
approx. 15' L. 50"H.
brick yard conveyor belt
When I was your age. . . .
c. 60"L, 36'H. 24"W.
Lawn mower, stone, steel.
The Thicket
approx. 42x60"
creeping fig, gun barrels and stocks, deer antler

The Trap

approx. 48x60"
shoe soles, bed frame.


In the Balkans
brickyard drive belts.



11' h.
Shovel blades
I remember Evans
15" h.
piano keys, pedals, copper
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