Eddie Fulcher's sculptural installations include multiples of household objects, such as books, water glasses, bottles, mason jars, and furniture. He challenges what he perceives as a desensitized culture of statistics and numbers, where world issues represented by an overuse of statistics can be counter-productive in their effect on society. Instead, Fulcher responds to world issues with concrete objects, with purposeful arrangement and exploitation of similarities to create and explore a new sense of meaning.
Eddie Fulcher is a sculptor and installation artist born and raised in Columbus Ohio. He has earned both a BFA in Sculpture/Media Arts and an MFA in Glass/Light from The Ohio State University. Fulcher was awarded an Ohio Arts Council Fellowship in 2001, a Glass Arts Society award, as well as the Edith Fergus Glimore Materials grant. He has shown extensively in the Midwest and at the Aichi Gallery in Japan. Fulcher has been an adjunct professor in the Art Department at The Ohio State University teaching a variety of graduate and undergraduate classes. He has lectured frequently throughout the state of Ohio and is the Former Art Director of Acme Art Company in Columbus Ohio. He currently lives and works in Dallas Texas.