Through a combination of media, Ruppert seeks to develop a heightened consciousness of our precarious existence on this planet and how fortunate we are in our positioning in the solar system.  His work reveals both nature’s destiny and ongoing pattern of change, as well as human interference on a global scale.

Ruppert represented the United States at the inaugural exhibition at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Tallinn, Estonia. He has also been included in exhibitions in Beijing and Shanghai, Latvia, Finland, and Poland and has been invited to participate in a satellite exhibition at the Venice Biennale.

Reviews of his work have been published in Art in America, New Art Examiner, Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, and the New York Times with feature articles in Art China and Sculpture magazine.

He has participated in artist residencies in Iceland; Aeolian Islands off of Sicily; Marseille, France; Salem Art Works/Cary Hill Sculpture Park, NY; as a Distinguished Visitor at Washington College; and most recently in the High Arctic. 

In addition, Ruppert has received numerous awards including five Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist grants, the Mary Sawyers Baker Award, and the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award.




Pass - Echo Berg 1-Aluminum and Slate. 2019
Cast Aluminum /and Vermont Slate
13" x 7.5" 9.5" (Each)


Pass - Eho Berg 4-Aluminum and Slate. 2020
Cast aluminum and Vermont slate
12" x 3.5" x 12" (Each)


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