Working in acrylic and bronze, Susan Bahary is a sculptor in representational and abstract styles of animal and human subjects, including life-size sculptures, private commissions, and commissioned public-monument works. A specialty is equine and canine subjects, and in this area she has special knowledge of anatomy from her years as a breeder and exhibitor of […]
George Bucquet began casting hot glass at Penland School, North Carolina in 1984. During his seven years working there he became a resident artist. After completing his studies, George moved to Arcata, CA, where he has continued to develop new and innovative techniques for creating his original contemporary forms. George’s work is found in galleries […]
In her paintings of the wonders of flowers and nature, Helen is striving to create a place where each individual viewer of her work will find solace and happiness. To some extent, it is a reflection of her own love of nature that she is infusing into her oil paints on canvas, where using her […]
Loet Vanderveen brings an incredible sympathy to every animal he creates. His sculptures capture an animal’s signature pose and freeze it in time, revealing the essence not only of its form, but also its way of moving. Vanderveen researches his subjects exhaustively and has been on many African safaris to gather first-hand impressions.
Celebration of Human Form and Mother Nature In Celebration of the Human Form… I begin with simple clay and sculpt the torso using the coil building technique. The simplicity of the torso captures the essence of the soul. That, together with the primitive firing techniques of awdust and Raku, brings me back to my […]
Look closely at Nano’s sculpture and you will discover the bright colors of a Colombian market place, animals precariously laden with pots, fruits, vegetables, birds, bees, geckos, Pre-Columbian and contemporary artifacts. Look closer still and discover a deep respect for life, clearly observed, where everything, even a mischievous goat balanced on a pile of cast […]