#38

Taking Attendance

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#38

Taking Attendance

Artist
Ken Newman

Hometown
Cambridge, ID

Size
35”H x 31”W x 23”D

Material
Bronze

Location
Bronze

Price
$20000

Photo by
Paul Schiller

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, but has a passion for taking his art on the road, which he blogs about at kennewman.blogspot.com. Over the years Ken has enjoyed sculpting in public venues. By engaging the viewer to share their influences and cultural insights into the creative process, it helps me understand my own journey. A natural extension of this is the motivation to place work in public venues allowing the dialog to continue. Representational sculpture is not a choice – but a natural extension of Ken’s vision. “Beauty and symmetry are sculpturally wonderful, I seem to be drawn to the struggles of life, sometimes difficult to share, but important to embrace.” To see and purchase other works of art by this sculptor visit: kennewmansculptures.com.

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