Archives for Bronze

Sculpture Has to Be Intellectually Beautiful

In 1975, when Maryland sculptor Walter Matia graduated from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, he’d already been an active member of the art world for nearly 12 years. With diploma in hand, he set out for Arlington, Virginia. Despite having earned a degree in art design and being an intaglio printmaker, Matia preferred to secure his future using the skills he had honed while earning a degree in biology. Walter Matia (Maryland) High Water Mallards Bronze 80″ High Put corn in water and watch for the warden; bring water to corn, breathe easy and wait with your dog in the
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In Pursuit of Perfection

When Barry Eisenach was in high school, one of his classmates commended him for already having a clear career path in mind. “You are the only person I know who knows what he wants to do with his life,” he said. Barry Eisenach (Colorado) Blackfoot Sisters Oil 14″x14″ My favorite subject matter has always been portraits. I find the landscape of the human face fascinating. I have been fortunate to have been able to paint this beautiful Blackfoot girl several times over the last few years. Barry Eisenach (Colorado) Smoke Break Oil 24″x36″ A Metis moose hunter takes advantage of
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Challenges Met

Blair Buswell How Many More Bronze 19 1/2″ High Veryl Goodnight A New Beginning Bronze 14″ High James Muir The Dance Bronze 7′ High Scott Rogers Stampede Bronze 28″ High Dennis Smith Small Wonder Bronze 18″ High Shirley Thomson Smith Femeninas Bronze 45″ Height
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