Bill Mack is unquestionably the world’s pre-eminent relief sculptor alive today. Fully self-taught in his art, he combines low and high relief, incised lines, and elements in the full-round in sculpture works that are light enough to be hung on a wall, directly involving the viewer in a 3-dimensional experience, both textural and tactile, that is often startlingly real.
Mack holds exhibitions in galleries from New York City to Beverly Hills and from Tokyo to Frankfurt. His work is in the collections of 3 former US Presidents, numerous Hollywood actors, international business leaders and renowned art aficionados. His piece entitled "Lady" is part of the permanent collection of the Statue of Liberty National Monument on Liberty Island, and has a sculpture of basketball legend Kareem Abdul Jabbar hanging in the NBA Hall of Fame.
Mack’s studio and gallery is located in Minneapolis inside a castle he has named “Camelot” which also houses his extensive and rare Hollywood memorabilia collection.