SCULPTURE AND SCULPTURE MAKERS
Welcome to our Sculpture guide. This is where you'll find artists creating Sculpture and their websites.
If you're interested large or small Sculpture, the following Artists are interested in having you visit their sites.
They are serious professional artists interested in selling and showing artwork. Most of the artists have a degree in art and consider
themselves to be full time working artists. They would also be interested in having their artwork included in exhibitions, or represented
by art galleries, private art dealers or art consultants. Enjoy their work and if you contact an artist
let them know you found them through Art-Collecting.com.
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Maxwell Carraher - CA
Located in Los Angeles, California, Website:
Rebecca Johnson - CA
Is a contemporary painter and sculptor. Uniquely versatile in her knowledge of materials, she expresses her ideas about place
and the environment using paint, stone, bronze, and wood. Her work has been shown in Galleries and Museums in New York, San Francisco,
Philadelphia, Boston, Ohio, New England, and Northern California and is in numerous private and public collections. She welcomes
client inquiries and studio visits by appointment. Email:
Maidy Morhous - CA
Idiomatic titles like "Empty Dreams" (pictured) and "Don't kill the goose!" prompt viewers to seek metaphorical interpretations to these works.
"What you see is definitely not what you get; a title can guide or mislead the viewer in what the work is really about." An accomplished print-maker
and bronze sculptor, born in New York, Morhous' artwork is collected both privately and publicly in the U.S., Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, Europe and Australia.
Location: Southern California, website: https://www.maidymorhous.com/
Ray Katz - MI
Ray Katz is a metal sculptor in Pontiac, Michigan, where he has been creating artwork since the 1970s. His passion is metal because of its strength
and durability for large scale public sculpture as well as small works.
email@example.com, artist website: http://raykatzsculptor.com/
Thomas Tankersley - CA
Tom has been working with metal in various ways since the late 1970's. Some of his most famous pieces are in the western genre. He's made stage coaches, boots, Native American
sculptures and a cowboy. He's also created many fishing boats. Trees, wildlife, miniature structures and wine themed art round off his portfolio along with custom made home
furniture and decor. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org , artist website: https://www.ironwillow.com/
David Unger - AZ
"David Unger," observed Durham's Herald-Sun art critic Blue Greenberg, "is an abstractionist who overlays his realism
with the angular and geometric shapes of cubism, and in so doing moves his sculpture into a unique place."
David Unger Sculptures, 3090 N. Elena Maria, Tucson, AZ 85750, Telephone: 520-299-0199, Website:
Julian Voss-Andreae - OR
Voss-Andreae has been creating sculptural
works directly influenced by his background in science and technology.
Seeing the human subject through the lens of science has allowed him to
imagine completely novel and contemporary approaches to the ancient art of
figurative sculpture. Inspired by quantum physics, Voss-Andreae developed host
one of his signature styles of sculpture where the human figure has volume
and weight when viewed from one angle and almost completely disappears at
another. He has continued to develop his work in new and exciting ways using
cutting-edge technology. His studio is in Portland, Oregon. Website:
Suzanne Benton - CT
Susan Freda - RI
Leslie Fry - VT
Todd Fry - PA
Sharon Gainsburg - NV
Caprice Glaser - MN
Shelley Heffler - CA
Angelika Kade - FL
Sterett-Gittings Kelsey - CT
Arthur Norby - MN
Allison Pasarew - MD
Susan Raine - TX
Jule Rotenberg - TX
Dennis Ruane - NC
Jennifer Stang Eickemeyer / Shattered Glass Sculptures - CA
Dan Strothers - FL
Lisa Tahir - CA
Ivan Tirado - CT
Dan Woodard - CA
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