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Winthrop Williams artwork

Winthrop Williams Jr. started teaching for the Arizona State College at Flagstaff's Art Department in 1961. For thirty-four years, he taught sculpture, anatomy for artists, three-dimensional design and bronze casting. Williams designed and built sculpture equipment and set up a bronze casting system. He developed a Sculpture sculpture major, as well as the design for a new sculpture wing of the Creative Arts Center.

Winthrop's bronze art on campus includes the Northern Arizona University crest on the University Union, the sculpture at the Biological Sciences building, the sculpture of Henry Fountain Ashurst in the Eastburn Education Center, and a stand-alone sculpture that the university displayed at the entrance to the former College of Creative Arts. Winthrop also made the clay model for a the bronze lumberjack statue