Rick Biehl’s wall sculptures below are created from wood, various mediums and are polychromed with acrylic. The basic plate shapes are all wood, and the desserts are combos of materials. Others are of wood and wood by-products, some resin-types, PVC and fiberglass.
Kevin Box’s unique style marries folded paper with the age old tradition of bronze casting, creating a refreshing new genre of contemporary sculpture. Box creates works suitable for indoor display, or outdoor, including monumental works, and is available for acquisition from Chasen Galleries!
Internationally renowned pop artist Romero Britto uses vibrant colors and bold patterns as a visual language of hope and happiness.
World Champion Wildfowl Artist – With a love for nature and the outdoors, and an intriguing interest in three-dimensional sculpture, Gary started sculpturing animals and birds in clay at an early age.
The style found in Natasha Jabre’s paintings and drawings are revitalized in her ceramic koi fish pieces. The colors in this new artistic medium are bold, dramatic and attract visual attention from the viewer. The combination of vibrant colors and the shape of the koi fish were inspired in 2007 when Jabre visited the Botanical Garden in Montreal. Jabre was most attracted to the Japanese symbolism of koi fish which are family oriented and represent love. The ceramic fish are made in a larger and smaller size to allow the collector to construct a family.
Kramer Sculptures are handcrafted in Canada by the father/son team of Richard & Boris Kramer. These unique pieces are forged on the anvil, each hammered from a hot piece of steel as blacksmiths have done for centuries. The designs are simple and elegant expressions of human relationships.
The only child of a builder and an actress, Alex was privy to both, technical and artistic views of the world from the beginning of his life. While his father taught Alex the ageless techniques of wood and metal craft, his mother opened his eyes to the possibilities of artistic imagination.
See the video, “Alex Kveton Is My Name”….
Columbian sculptor Ancizar Marin creates wall hanging figures representing glossy little men and women, who alternately squat, leap, lunge, stretch, and perform arabesques, further energizing the walls against which they are installed,
Hailing from France, Bernard Saint-Maxent creates vibrant works of wall sculpture populated with small figures who go about making art with pure joy, humor, and clumsy antics.
For Gary Lee Price, art is a quest for beauty. He has a studio in his home and has turned the lots surrounding his home into an aspen grove where he has placed much of his art collection. He is the founder of the ‘Sculpture to Live By” Committee that provides the city of Springville with two outdoor sculptures per year produced by nationally recognized artists. He has been elected to the National Sculpture Society in New York City, has won the Best of Show at the Scottsdale Artist’s school and has been featured in Southwest Art Magazine.
I work with porcelain into which I wedge a black stain, rendering a smooth black clay body. After throwing the vessel on the wheel I may embellish the pieces with sculptural elements. Elaborate paintings with glazes and under-glazes are incised, revealing the black stained porcelain beneath, giving my drawings a texture depth.
Carl Wright never really had a choice. He had to work in 3-D ……everything else seemed so …. flat. His medium of choice is stone because of its long lasting beauty, its ability to evoke emotion and stability through the tactile feel and it’s sweeping design. Carl sculpts abstract shapes in alabaster, marble and limestone. He prefers alabaster because of the color, its workability, and because it is not a homogenous color. “Marble is great for indoors. Limestone is great anywhere.“