Wildlife sculptor Tim Cherry is constantly finding new ways to delight the eye. “I’ve kind of reinvented myself in the last three years,” says the artist, whose lyrical interpretations of animals have earned him many honors and a devoted following during his 35-year career. “The work I’m doing now is a little more contemporary, a little brighter in color than my past work, and I’m incorporating a natural sandstone from Colorado’s Front Range into my bases more often. I’m very excited about the results I’m getting.”
A natural evolution of Cherry’s trademark style, this change was not born out of a need for affirmation.
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