Starr Gideon Kempf was an American sculptor, architect, and artist best known for his graceful steel wind kinetic sculptures.
About Starr Kempf
American sculptor, architect, and artist who made graceful steel wind kinetic sculptures, such as the piece Sunrise Serenade.
Starr Kempf Before Fame
He studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art on a scholarship, and then he served in the United States Air Force during World War II.
Achievement of Starr Kempf
He designed his kinetic sculptures to exhibit graceful movement, and were modeled after birds and wind vanes.
Starr Kempf Family Life
He married German immigrant Hedwig Roelen in 1942.
Associations of Starr Kempf
He and Naum Gabo were both known for their kinetic artwork.
Information related to Starr Kempf
- Suicides by firearm in Colorado
- Architects from Colorado
- Architects from Ohio
- Artists who committed suicide
- Modern sculptors