I have known Mr. Gulick for at least 6 years both as a fellow working artist and as the former director of the Wichita Art Museum. Mr. Gulick is thoughtful and entrepreneurial about his art work, and generous to others with his time. Wichita is a relatively isolated location so that any contact Mr. Gulick can have with other art communities will not only benefit his work , but by exchange that of others. I would not hesitate to recommend him for any art career path that he pursues.
-Opus AE Group, LLC
I worked with Christopher Gulick on the Kansas Leadership Building in Wichita, KS. He was very professional, met all deadlines, and developed a highly creative mobile sculpture for the atrium of our building. It was a great experience for me as the architect because Chris spent a lot of time understanding the nature, scale and qualities of the atrium space before it was completed. He also worked with our structural engineers in the design of the structural mounting system.
I would gladly recommend Chris for anyone considering a monumental sculptural work for their location.
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