Sculpture 2017

Heather Söderberg-Greene, Moonlight Owl, bronze and internal light, 18 x 18.

Heather Söderberg-Greene, Moonlight Owl, bronze and internal light, 18 x 18.

Italian Renaissance artist Michelangelo left behind not only some of the greatest sculptures of all time, but also dozens of meaningful quotes, including this golden aphorism: “Every block of stone has a statue inside it, and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.” These words capture the essence of sculpture—from rough raw materials like marble, metal, wood, or stone, the perceptive sculptor carves, models, or welds a personal vision into three-dimensional form. In the following pages, explore fine artists who bring a multitude of subject matter to life in bronze and steel sculptures.

 

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