Joshua Koffman is a Philadelphia based sculptor known for his expressive and dramatic, large-scale bronze figurative sculptures.
Koffman is a Fellow of the National Sculpture Society. He is a recipient of many distinguished awards among which are the Alex J. Ettl Grant, the John Cavanaugh Memorial Prize, and First Place in the Grand Central Academy’s Sculpture Competition. Koffman’s life-size bronze sculpture Hevel was a finalist in the ARC’s 15th Annual Salon and given an honorable mention in sculpture. His work appears in numerous public and private collections and can be seen in Philadelphia’s F.A.N. gallery.
Currently Koffman is sculpting a life-size sculpture of Diligence, the first Percheron stallion brought to the United States from France in 1839. The bronze sculpture of Diligence will be a focal point on Main Street in the center of Moorestown New Jersey.
Born in California in 1972, Joshua Koffman pursued a formal art education at the University of California, Santa Cruz, earning a BA degree in Fine Art. Desiring advanced study, Koffman enrolled at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where he also taught sculpture for 11 years.