Grace

I created the sculpture, GRACE, because of my concern for the thousands of women and children who go without life’s basic needs. I wanted to help these families. I decided that 10 percent of the sales price of GRACE would be donated to the FINCA, which provides micro-loans to women of poor families to start…

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Colt

“Fast Eddie” was this colt’s nickname. Eddie was full of spunk and knew that he was the new king of the corrals. Eric Thorsen Eric Thorsen was born in Glasgow, MT in 1967 to an American serviceman and a French citizen. Raised in this multi-cultural home, Eric’s philosophies of sculpture were shaped at an early…

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Red Raider

The Red Fox is found in abundance throughout South Dakota and the Midwest. Often the scourge of poultry raisers, here I have shown him stalking some prey, perhaps someone’s prize rooster. Del Pettigrew Award-winning sculptor/painter, Delmar Pettigrew’s works can be found in collections as far away as Kuwait, and as close as the cities of…

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Cultural Pedestrians

The unique feature of my work is the physical representation of the different cultures in a manner that directs us to come forward, look, feel and assimilate with Cultural Pedestrians who may be quite different from themselves. Sue Quinlan Sue Quinlan’s work explores how artifacts can help people connect with universal human experience and explore…

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Warthog

A charging beast is the epitome of raw strength in the world of nature. Perhaps by getting close to this work, we can have empathy for “the wild side.” Dollores Shelledy Dollores Shelledy is a native of Salt Lake City, Utah. She has always been interested in drawing and did a lot when she was…

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Seeds of Consciousness

This work is inspired by forms that are found in nature and explores the germination of thought and idea. This piece represents how we interact with one another within our environment. Anthony Guntren “I have come to sense that this world consists of an energy that is collectively connected, As I live my days I…

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Twilight

As evening falls, a woman emerges as if from a cocoon, energized by the potential of her life that lies before her. Bobbie Carlyle The essence of the sculpture of Bobbie Carlyle is captured in the words “bold strength” and “provocative intelligence”. She has established herself in fine art, particularly during the past decade. She…

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Harbinger

Originally, I envisioned this piece entirely differently, as I designed it to be more like a traditional New England weather vane. However, when I started to construct this piece, I built it upside down and the result was completely different than what I had envisioned. Needless to say, I embraced the accident and left it…

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Effortlessly Buoyant

Had kind of a long way to run. Gregory Mendez Gregory M. Mendez, born 1981, Decatur, Indiana, was first introduced to sculpture at the age of 10 through private art lessons. In 2000, he graduated from Bellmont High School, and pursued every opportunity to immerse himself in the study and practice of fine arts. Gregory…

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Serengeti

I try to capture one moment in time and translate that moment into an eternity. Every image that I create is powerfully and painstakingly executed and each figure demonstrates the demand for the highest degree of excellence and quality in my work. Lawrence Starck Lawrence Starck is a highly realistic sculptor with no limitations to…

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Perfect Swing

This sculpture features the diagram for the perfect swing of a golfer, and also this sculpture seeks to illustrate the colors of the golf course itself. Chris Powell Christopher Powell, a registered member of the Peepeekisis Tribe of Saskatchewan, gained an interest in sculpting from the encouragement of two uncles who were sculptors themselves. Following…

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T-Rex

I wanted to do something different than I normally do. Something more complicated and involved. I chose a T-Rex because dinosaurs are pretty awesome. Paige Frazee Paige is one of the youngest artists ever to have her work showcased at SculptureWalk. She has come by her talent naturally as her father is also a sculpture…

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Aspen

“Aspen” reminds us of peering through a colorful canopy as the swaying, kinetic motion invites us to watch and observe the invisible wind currents. Reven Swanson Ms. Swanson began her professional career in 1987 by exhibiting her worksthroughout the Colorado and Italian venues. Now her works are exhibited nationwide. Reven works in kinetic, metal, stone,…

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Trapeze

A fun bronze sculpture of 3 clowns suspended in a Trapeze act. I love the physicality of the clowns and their comedy. Shohini Ghosh Shohini has been a professional sculptor since 1993 and was a lecturer of sculpture in India. She now resides in Littleton, Colorado. She works with a variety of mediums including bronze,…

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On Guard

Based out of Bigfork, Montana where I draw inspiration by the rich history, beautiful landscapes and wildlife of the area and scenes of the American west. Ken Bjorge Formerly a law professor, Ken left the legal profession to pursue a career as a self- taught sculptor. Moving to Bigfork in 1988, and inspired by the…

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Alter Ego

Many cultures believe that an object, animal or person, gains additional attributes through the transformation of changing form. Together, the strength of the bull and the wisdom of the owl combine to form a greater object. Pokey Park Pokey Park is a sculptor extraordinaire, and artist whose early and endearing love of both nature and…

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Venus de Cello

This piece was inspired by a snow sculpture that I designed about 10 years ago. I love the combination of the curves of the instrument and the full figured woman, music for the eyes! Peter Vogelaar Peter’s craft extends past traditional sculpture and extends to sand and snow sculpture where is work has been seen…

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Taking Attendance

The forms, shapes and gestures of my sculptures are expressions of external and internal influences, and influences not necessarily from models or photographs. This sculpture signifies the moments when I have encouraged my dog to walk in front of me unleashed, as it fosters confidence in our relationship. Ken Newman Ken Newman resides in Idaho,…

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Grief and Defiance

These figures depict the strength and resistance needed against overwhelming sadness and grief when evil prevails. Dee Clements Although my early sculpture was abstract in focus, I was drawn to the beauty of bronze figurative sculpture. When I created my first sculpture out of clay, I had a sense I had found my passion. Since…

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Yes!

Every part of YES! is dynamically and powerfully articulated in total strength and control. She knows who she is and has no fear. Martin Eichinger “I am interested in having my sculptures say more about us as a people, about our spirits or our aspirations.” Although most people see me as a figurative sculptor, I…

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Oration

My life has been shaped by the exploration of prairie, stream, and mountain lands. The color, shapes and textures from these respective lands are ingrained into my work. Hiking, fishing, and camping continue to influence my observations and endearment of the American West. Gary Monaco The art and mythology of Pre-Columbian and Native American cultures…

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Walrus and Calf

An adult walrus may reach sixteen feet in length and adults of both sexes have tusks. The tusks are greatly enlarged canine teeth and are used in defense. Walruses are very protective of their young and will come between them and any danger. Dollores Shelledy Dollores Shelledy is a native of Salt Lake City, Utah.…

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Bathsheba

This sculpture is based upon the story from the Bible, Bathsheba, a young wife baths on the terrace of her house when King David sees her for the first time. Elusia Altman Inspiration comes from many sources for artists. Dreams, thoughts, shapes, studies, memories, peers, friends and a million more lend themselves to creative processes…

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Zinger

My sculpture is a metaphor that exceeds the physical presence of the work. The beautifully caressing rings articulate the forces of nature and the emotions of our humanity. Gregory Johnson Artist Gregory Johnson was born on January 30th, 1955, in Chicago Illinois. His early training includes the Art Institute of Chicago and tutoring by several…

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Muso’s Thought

The aesthetic intent of my current work is not to create “junkyard art,” but to take industrial artifacts and alter or recombine them in such a manner as to create forms that not only are modernist, resonant and original but also manifest the aura of having been created from base raw material such as cast…

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Silence

The beauty of the work is in its simplicity – a large circle with a hollow is sharply delineated by a vertical straight line and right angle on either side about mid-way. The effect is two side-by-side heads facing opposite directions, the hinted at eyes (different on either side), nose and mouth reveal nothing, invoking…

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Evolution

Whether you believe in evolution or not, or perhaps that we came from Adam and Eve, one cannot argue that we humans have learned to adapt our many resources for our many needs. Debra Zelanak Debra lives in Lander, WY, although she considers herself a bit of a nomad. She served twenty-five years in the…

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Loss of Signal

This work seems like eroding fragments of some type of foreign communication device. Its appendages reached out to send or receive signals from others. It is difficult to discern whether it is from the future or the past, and regardless, one wonders how well it served the purpose. Nathan Pierce My artistic vision is to…

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A Kid’s Favorite

I don’t know about your kids, but my kids love macaroni and cheese. To me, it seems as if they can eat an infinite amount of that cheesy goodness. I think it may take a while for them to eat their way through this one. Craig Snyder I’m a Web Developer by profession working with…

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Orange Steel #1

My Orange Steel series is inspired by an exhibition of David Smith’ s figurative totems that I saw at the Whitney Museum, and is also inspired by architecture I see in New York City on a daily basis. Dana B. Parlier Parlier is a classically trained master artist who earned his BFA from the Virginia…

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Downtime on the McNeil

These grizzlies have been feasting on the salmon run up the McNeil River in Alaska, and are resting before feeding again. Often one can observe these bears catching the salmon when they are swimming up stream for spawning. Del Pettigrew Award-winning sculptor/painter, Delmar Pettigrew’s works can be found in collections as far away as Kuwait,…

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Off Kilter

A man in a suit and tie and out of balance symbolizes the economic and political struggles of our day. But the question remains, will he stand or will he fall? Martin Eichinger “I am interested in having my sculptures say more about us as a people, about our spirits or our aspirations.” Although most…

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Accuracy

This baseball player emphatically illustrates the ability of living things and businesses to accurately pinpoint a target to achieve a goal in order to survive. Obazee Osamade Osamede Obazee is an artist /sculptor formerly of Benin Nigeria now living in the San Francisco Bay Area. He was born in Benin in 1965 into a family…

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Family Pride

My wife and I went on a photo safari to Kenya, where we encountered many beautiful prides of lions. This family group of lions is based upon some of the many photos I took during the amazing trip to Kenya. Jerry McKellar Jerry McKellar received his DDS degree from the University of Washington in 1969…

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Trojan Horse

Every Trojan Horse needs a soldier peeking out. The horse is made from savaged computer door panels about 3′ square. I missjudged how much waste there would be, so he’s not totally black. He’s 12′ tall, which is just small enough to clear overpasses and power lines. As with all my pieces, I hope he…

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Blue Heron

The grace and beauty of the blue heron is hypnotic. Eric Thorsen Eric Thorsen was born in Glasgow, MT in 1967 to an American serviceman and a French citizen. Raised in this multi-cultural home, Eric’s philosophies of sculture were shaped at an early age. Trips abroad with his mother indtroduced Eric to a world filled…

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Fat Tire #4

Let’s go riding on the trail! The fun symbol of exercise and mobility presents a tempting alternative to foot, auto or bus transport. Lance Carleton I am an intuitive artist creating eclectic art in a contemporary style. This has given me endless life experiences to draw from, along with a style of my own. I…

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Pie High

My sculptures are intended to bring a smile to your face. I take metal, which is thought to be cold, hard, and unattractive, and give it life, expression and personality. Sally Jurgenmeister My sculptures are intended to bring a smile to your face. I take metal, which is thought to be cold, hard, and unattractive,…

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Rebirth of ACI

This is a sculpture of an Indian maiden who arrived on Earth carried by twelve butterflies from the heart of an evening rainbow. She now resides on the top of Painted Mountain. Search your next rainbow and you will see her. I did. Ray Kobald A nationally know American sculptor living and working in St.…

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Rainmaker

I chose to depict this singer as a Native American, not as a dancer specifically from any one tribe but as an evocation of native people and their reverence for the natural world. Josie Campbell Dellenbaugh Josie Campbell Dellenbaugh was born in Albany NY, in 1948, the daughter of a surgeon and a watercolor artist.…

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Tweet

Nowadays, when you hear the word “tweet,” do you first think of a 140-character post, or the sounds made by a bird? “Tweet” may be silent, but he beckons us to slow down and listen for his and his cousin’s songs. Debra Zelenak Debra lives in Lander, WY, although she considers herself a bit of…

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World’s Her Canvas

Worlds Her Canvas by Lee Leuning & Sherri Treeby

Five-year-old Molly takes her art seriously, as she squints down one eye looking at her extended thumb doing a painter’s perspective on her canvas. The piece speaks to children’s’ love of fantasy, which we should never outgrow. Lee Leuning and Sherri Treeby Sculptors Lee Leuning and Sherri Treeby formed the art studio, Bad River Artworks,…

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Friesian Rearing

The Friesian is a breed originating in Friesland, in the Netherlands. Although the breed’s conformation resembles that of a light draft they were mainly used for carriage horses and competitive driving. I have depicted this one in a rearing position. Martha Pettigrew Formerly an illustrator, Martha Pettigrew has established herself as one of the foremost…

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Duster

This sculpture brings you back to the past and pays tribute to the cattle barons and Cowboys who first brought beef to the railroad towns of the West to be shipped to feed a growing market in the East. Bobbie Carlyle The essence of the sculpture of Bobbie Carlyle is captured in the words “bold…

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The Eagle and The Hawk

Battling wing-to-wing and spinning circles high in the sky, both the eagle and red tail hawk try desperately to escape the powerful talons and the ferocious beak of the other. Joellen Domenico I attended the University of Colorado at Boulder studying fine arts and French linguistics. I was also fortunate to spend a semester studying…

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Geometry of Space

Using the forms of circle, triangle and rectangle I created a sculpture that paid tribute to the fundamental elements of shape and form. I also created a sense of frozen motion with the forms interacting with the surrounding space. David Skora Whether two-dimensional or three, there is a commonality of imagery which arises from little…

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Isabella

“Isabella” holds a meditative pose embracing calm and peace, as to improve mental and physical health and to increase powers of concentration. Wayne Salge When I create, I attempt to emphasize both contemporary and classic design elements: line, space, texture and color reflected by intricate patinas. My abstracted human and animal figures are then cast…

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Festival of Friends

Festival of Friends is celebratory in its concept and design. It conveys a fiesta of life in a gathering of family and friends. Its multi-colored castings represent the diversity of life, of nationalities, people groups, and even individual personalities. The sculpture portrays a quality of strength through unity and strength by way of celebration. Shawn…

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Egghead

Egghead comfortably sits with his eyes on the book while projecting a pensive expression. Egghead is a tribute to all people who are excited by a good book. Kimber Fiebiger Kimber Fiebiger creates bronze sculptures that range from fun and whimsical, to classical and contemporary. She lives in Minneapolis yet her sculptures have been sold…

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Stretch

I don’t try to hide any secret meaning in my art. Each piece is deeply personal, yet universal. I try to create images that are beautiful, uplifting, and relatable. Ben Hammond Ben was born in 1977. He was raised in the rural town of Pingree, Idaho, where his love for art was nurtured from the…

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Under Pressure

Humanity now faces pressures of many different kinds. The human population is becoming larger and larger all of the time but the earth and its amount of food and raw materials remain constant. The question is how many pressures can both humans and the earth take? Rik Beuselink As an artist I am self-educated. Technical…

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Eagle Incoming

Last year I had an opportunity to make a sculpture for a school competition in my welding class at the Sioux Falls Career and Technical Education Academy. When I finally finished the sculpture, I was very proud of the project and of myself as the sculpture is one of my greatest accomplishments. Zachary Schlag Zachary…

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Blustery Day

This work suggests childhood innocence – simple, carefree, playful days out of doors. Rewarding, irreplaceable memories, it is hoped that it will prompt children to “turn off the screen” and play outdoors. Gregory Johnson Artist Gregory Johnson was born on January 30th, 1955, in Chicago Illinois. His early training includes the Art Institute of Chicago…

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Paul Revere

This magnificent bronze sculpture captures the bravery and patriotism of Revolutionary War hero Paul Revere who rode to warn American Patriots northwest of Boston that the British intended to raid Lexington and Concord. Dee Clements Although my early sculpture was abstract in focus, I was drawn to the beauty of bronze figurative sculpture. When I…

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Bill

Two ends off a propane tank, some beam and the ends off of a very large underground tank, and this is what I came up with. Jacque Frazee Jacque Frazee was born in 1969 in Milbank, South Dakota ruining his brother, Bradley’s dream of being an only child. Art was a favorite class of his…

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