Paul Robert Hathaway Library Exhibit

Paul Robert Hathaway – Renaissance man is brought to you by the Ute Pass Historical Society

What is a Renaissance man? He is a man of many talents who seeks proficiency and skill in art, word, and deed. He is the life-long learner whose accomplishments reflect the honing of every opportunity and an appreciation for beauty in all facets of life.

"The Flute" Kokopelli in Bronze by Paul Hathaway, 1980. Located at Aspen Valley Ranch, Woodland Park, Colorado.

“The Flute” Kokopelli in Bronze by Paul Hathaway, 1980. Located at Aspen Valley Ranch, Woodland Park, Colorado.

Paul Hathaway was a local artist, carpenter, sculptor, musician, and poet. He made his iconic Western Frontier furniture for homes and businesses in the Pikes Peak region for over 20 years and embarked on a second career as a sculptor of metal, creating over 300 works of art.

This exhibit celebrates the talents of a modern Renaissance man. It features Paul’s sculptures, rugs, pottery and poetry.

Paul Hathaway – Renaissance man will be on display through August at the Woodland Park Library on the second floor during regular business hours.