Sculpting is William Woods student's niche in life

Scott Kronk’s art on display in Fulton

Scott Kronk stands beside a sculpture he made, which is on display in his yard. “This is what I want to do for a living,” he said. His art can be viewed online at www.kronkcreations.com.

Scott Kronk stands beside a sculpture he made, which is on display in his yard. “This is what I want to do for a living,” he said. His art can be viewed online at www.kronkcreations.com.

FULTON, Mo. — It’s not difficult to discover where Scott Kronk’s heart is for anyone who visits his home on William Woods Avenue.

For one thing, he has a large sculpture made of paint cans sitting in his front lawn. And in his living room, many different works of art are proudly displayed on his walls and on top of furniture. Kronk loves creating art and aspires to become an artist full-time someday in the future.

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A junior fine arts student at William Woods University, Kronk built an 8-foot tall, life-size horse sculpture made of sheet metal that now sits in front of the Equine Sciences Building at William Woods.

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