Many of the world’s finest contemporary sculpture artists working and creating statues and sculptures across the world today are crafting sculptures from various materials and mesmerizing viewers with their three-dimensional objects. The world of sculpture art makers is vast but in Collecting Contemporary Sculpture: Southwest Art Sculpture Artists to Watch, you will find a curated guide to the metal sculpture artists you will want to know about as a patron or a collector.
From art sculptures of animals to large-scale human figurines to metal sculptures that blend abstraction and realism, Collecting Contemporary Sculpture: Southwest Art Sculpture Artists to Watch is, in essence, your very own sculpture gallery—a visual roadmap to the extraordinary sculpture art being made in the here and now and why the work has such resonate power.
When you take the opportunity to explore fine art sculpture, you are exposing yourself to passionate artists who create stirring statue art and unique sculptures—artworks that will stand the test of time and speak to the complexity of the natural world and our appreciation of it.
In Collecting Contemporary Sculpture: Southwest Art Sculpture Artists to Watch, you’ll find artists who work in distinctively loose styles and those who are quite exacting in their sculpture art representations. The artist portfolios included in this free eBook include:
Coverage on the modern art sculptures of Steve Kestrel, who turns river and field stones into elegant wildlife portraits. His sculptures are essentially stone carvings of animal images. The sculpture artist is based in Colorado.
The statue art of Bart Walter. The artist simplifies and abstracts his animal sculptures to their essence, stripping away details to reveal the creature’s essential spirit. The loose surface treatment of Walter gives his work a one-of-a-kind look. He has done major public sculpture art pieces in front of the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming.
Bronze sculptures of Star Liana York, who infuses her unique artworks with personality, color, and life. York pursues narratives in her work but also sometimes divests her work of stories for the sake of presenting the physicality of the animals she sculpts.
A love for animals certainly links the list of sculptors that you will find in Collecting Contemporary Sculpture: Southwest Art Sculpture Artists to Watch. But each statue art maker comes at this broad subject matter with his or her own sensibility, which makes the fine art sculpture work that you will find in this collecting resource guide truly standalone. If you are interested in abstracted statue art, you will be intrigued by what you find within Collecting Contemporary Sculpture: Southwest Art Sculpture Artists to Watch. In the same way, if you are seeking whimsical artists whose technical skills are matched only by their creativity, you have chosen the right source. There is so much exciting texture, form, and heft to contemporary art sculptures and in Collecting Contemporary Sculpture: Southwest Art Sculpture Artists to Watch you have carte blanche to explore them all to see what kind of sculpture artists appeal to you and how you can take the next steps to appreciate, share, and perhaps collect their works for yourself.