Bronze Sculptures

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Ivan Kosta, Sakhuja Sushil, Jan Harrison, Marianne Den Otter, Jack Hill, Mavis Mcclure, Antuan Studio, Vladimir Gavronsky, Michal Staszczak, Polly Plain, Mark Dedrie, Wayan Rata, Bruce Naigles offering original Bronze Sculptures artworks.


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Ivan Kosta: 'Primavera', 1996 Bronze Sculpture, Figurative.  A female figure looking into the open palm of her hand as if on a buterfly, the harbinger of Spring ...
, 1996
Figurative - Sculpture
4 x 15 inches (10.2 x 38.1 cm)
Ivan Kosta: 'Dancing Muses III', 1999 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
6 x 3 feet (1.83 x 0.91 m)
Ivan Kosta: 'Colorado Venus', 1997 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
5 x 13 inches (12.7 x 33.0 cm)
Ivan Kosta: 'Wildlife Screen detail', 2001 Bronze Sculpture, nature.
nature - Sculpture
2 x 2 feet (0.61 x 0.61 m)
Ivan Kosta: 'Hound', 2008 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract Figurative.  A sitting hound ...
, 2008
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
3 x 7 feet (0.91 x 2.13 m)
Sakhuja Sushil: 'Indian arts', 2008 Bronze Sculpture, Ethnic.  cow and calf ...
Ethnic - Sculpture
7 x 6 inches (17.8 x 15.2 cm)
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Jan Harrison: 'Bronze Birdcat', 2007 Bronze Sculpture, Animals.    Sculpture: lost wax cast bronze with oil based enamel.   ...
Animals - Sculpture
6 x 5 inches (15.2 x 12.7 cm)
Jan Harrison: 'Bronze Tendril Cat', 2007 Bronze Sculpture, Animals.  Sculpture: bronze with oil based enamel. ...
Animals - Sculpture
6 x 7 inches (15.2 x 17.8 cm)
Marianne Den Otter: 'Trust', 2008 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract Figurative.  Girl sleeping in a hand ...
, 2008
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
37 x 34 cm (14.6 x 13.4 inches)
Marianne Den Otter: 'Inner worlds', 2008 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract Figurative.  sculpture of a woman  ...
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
45 x 40 cm (17.7 x 15.7 inches)
Jack Hill: 'Yikes', 2008 Bronze Sculpture, Fantasy.  Bronze, cast in the lost wax method ...
, 2008
Fantasy - Sculpture
16 x 15 inches (40.6 x 38.1 cm)
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Jack Hill: 'On a Roll', 2008 Bronze Sculpture, Food.  Bronze, cast in the lost wax method ...
, 2008
Food - Sculpture
12 x 25 inches (30.5 x 63.5 cm)
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Jack Hill: 'Steppin Out', 2008 Bronze Sculpture, Fantasy.  Bronze, marble base ...
Fantasy - Sculpture
18 x 13 inches (45.7 x 33.0 cm)
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Mavis Mcclure: 'untitled torso', 2007 Bronze Sculpture, Figurative.
Figurative - Sculpture
0 x 28 inches (0.0 x 71.1 cm)
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Antuan Studio: 'Naturaleza de hombres', 2004 Bronze Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
4 x 16 feet (1.22 x 4.88 m)
Vladimir Gavronsky: 'The wanderer', 1994 Bronze Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
9 x 22 cm (3.5 x 8.7 inches)
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Michal Staszczak: 'Sparrow', 2008 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract.
, 2008
Abstract - Sculpture
15 x 13 cm (5.9 x 5.1 inches)
Michal Staszczak: 'Valley', 2007 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract Landscape.  I created this work on the International Symposium of Cast Metal, Plaque and Small Sculpture in Uherske Hradiste ( the Czech Republic) ...
, 2007
Abstract Landscape - Sculpture
12 x 16 cm (4.7 x 6.3 inches)
Michal Staszczak: 'Pegasus', 2008 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract.  It's one piece from my Pegasus series. ...
, 2008
Abstract - Sculpture
25 x 17 cm (9.8 x 6.7 inches)
Michal Staszczak: 'Full Moon', 2007 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract Landscape.  Full Moon ...
, 2007
Abstract Landscape - Sculpture
15 x 19 cm (5.9 x 7.5 inches)
Polly Plain: 'Exhausted', 2006 Bronze Sculpture, Figurative.  Exhausted, check my web site for more photos ...
, 2006
Figurative - Sculpture
36 x 45 inches (91.4 x 114.3 cm)
Polly Plain: 'The Smoker', 2006 Bronze Sculpture, Portrait. detail for ( The Smoker)...
, 2006
Portrait - Sculpture
36 x 45 inches (91.4 x 114.3 cm)
Polly Plain: 'The Wink', 2006 Bronze Sculpture, Portrait. Can be cast in Bronze, plaster or resin...
, 2006
Portrait - Sculpture
8 x 16 inches (20.3 x 40.6 cm)
Mark Dedrie: 'Hare', 2007 Bronze Sculpture, Animals.
, 2007
Animals - Sculpture
56 x 43 cm (22.0 x 16.9 inches)
Mark Dedrie: 'Polar bear', 2007 Bronze Sculpture, Animals.
, 2007
Animals - Sculpture
57 x 32 cm (22.4 x 12.6 inches)
Wayan Rata: 'Structure of a Theory', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract.  Cast bronze form made from interweaving lines. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
10 x 10 inches (25.4 x 25.4 cm)
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Bruce Naigles: 'Asta', 1995 Bronze Sculpture, Figurative.  Asta was a dancer, half Norwegian, half Ugandean. She had broad shoulders and thin hips giving her a masculine like figure, but a softness and suppleness that belongs only to the other half of our species. She was a fantastic and inspiring model whom I wish i could find again...
, 1995
Figurative - Sculpture
42 x 81 cm (16.5 x 31.9 inches)
Bruce Naigles: 'brother and sister', 2006 Bronze Sculpture, Children.  These 2 sculptures evolved out of a dialogue with the childrens'father and myself. They began as 2 busts but with a desire to create something new.The dimensions of the 2 are: 163 x 30 x 21 and 148 x 27 x 21 cm. They are mounted on black...
Children - Sculpture
30 x 163 cm (11.8 x 64.2 inches)
Jack Hill: 'Whoops', 2007 Bronze Sculpture, Food.  Bronze, cast in the lost wax method, hand applied heat patina ...
, 2007
Food - Sculpture
9 x 8 inches (22.9 x 20.3 cm)
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Jack Hill: 'Bartlett Sisters', 2007 Bronze Sculpture, Food.  Bronze, cast in the lost wax method, hand applied heat patina ...
Food - Sculpture
12 x 8 inches (30.5 x 20.3 cm)
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  • Artists Describing Their Art:

    Ivan Kosta - My mission? To give some resemblance of our lives, to touch our fears,concerns, evoke dreams and give hope in time of dispair... ...

    Jan Harrison - A close connection with the animal nature has helped me to have more empathy with all manifestations of the life force, and to express the complex experience of what it is to be here as a flesh and blood being. As long as I can remember, I have loved animals and felt a kinship with them. I live with five cats, all rescued strays, and one feral. They are an inspiration to me, and I learn from them. Emotion has always played a part in my work, as well as the kind of mythology that comes from the body's sensual and spiritual desires, something felt in the bones and cells. I am concerned about the need for love in a world that does not respect vulnerability. I am also concerned about the need for self respect in a world that seems to disrespect the power of the life force. I am working for my character, and my work is concerned with the paradox of the power of nature with regard to our own sense of order or justice. Through communion with the animal nature, I am interested in the integration of instinct and intellect, knowledge and innocence, power and ...

    Jack Hill - All of my sculptural work is bronze, cast in the "lost wax" technique. Besides sculpting the original work, I am hands on with all the phases of the casting process, including the molds, waxes, metal, and application of the patinas. My foundry experience allows me to ensure the quality and integrity of each idea, from inspiration to final presentation. The ideas are born from observation of the human existence, in all its splendor and absurdity. The addition of my own whimsy and uncommon approach brings about an expression of life in the permanence of bronze. People are only one part of the whole planet and my anthropomorphic works are an exploration of the blending of man into various parts of the environment. With attention to anatomic detail and a tongue-in-cheek twist I wish to stimulate the imagination and, maybe, tickle the funny bone. Questions? Call me at 305/240-3238 A new line of work has been added that I call "Body Armor". The human form is treated as if skin was an armor that could be put on or removed as needed. If it had been lost long ago and recently rediscovered, what would it look like. ...

    Mavis Mcclure - Mavis McClure Born: 1967 Selected Exhibitions: 2004 Chaco Gallery (w/Nathan Oliveria & Peter Voulkos) 2002 Oakland City Gallery (w/Viola Frey), Oakland, CA 2001 Solo Show, LewAllen Contemporary 2000 "From the Fire", Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA "Contemporary Figure", LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe 1999 Solo Show, Jan Baum, Los Angeles, CA "Enduring Form", LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe SOFA Chicago, Sandy Carson, Denver, CO 1998 Solo Show, Virginia Breier, San Francisco, CA "Pedestals & Stretchers", LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM "30 Ceramics", John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA Olive Grove Sculpture Walk, Auberge du Soleil 1997 "Saving Grace", A New Leaf Gallery, Berkeley, CA "30 Ceramics", John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA 1996 "Au Plien Air", A New Leaf Gallery, Berkeley, CA Ceramic Sculpture, Virginia Breier, San Francisco, CA Publications: American Craft San Francisco Chronicle Santa Fe Magazine ArtWeek Albuquerque Journal Contra Costa Times San Jose Mercury News Trend Magazine Interior Design New York Times Collections: Doug Ring, Los Angeles, CA American Museum of Ceramic Art Fourth Street Shopping District, Berkeley, CA CB & Dick Watts, Los Altos, CA Howard & Matilda Rubin, Santa Fe, NM Estate of Jerry Garcia, Mill Valley, CA Mary & John Carrington, Newport Coast, CA Anita Roddick, West Sussex, England Robin & Leonard ...

    Polly Plain - "By facing the ugly world, by ranging wide enough in afar and above and below-in nature or in one's fellows or in one self one can find beauty-one can even create beauty" Haveloc Ellis "Individual Not Ideal" explores my interest in the value of the less than perfect individual whose features do not meet the American Contemporary standard ideals of beauty. Contrary to the idea of beauty created through plastic surgery, these figures express the natural beauty of real life experiences. My aim is to show the depth of the life experience, lines in the face, and sagging skin, to honor the beauty that I see in the faces of the unique individual. To gain insight to express the individual's life experiences I look past the physical body and learn about their life they have traveled so far. I then express the individual's life experiences in their faces and body language. Polly A Plain 3/06 ...

    Mark Dedrie - Mark Dedrie, an artist in motion by Robin d'Arcy Shillcock The first things you notice when confronted by work of Belgian sculptor Mark Dedrie (1962) are the stylized shapes and their highly polished finish. Although working within the tradition in which colour is omitted in favour of form, his approach is not so much classical an literal as turning a refined distillation of visual reality into a sculptural statement. He transforms a world of colour and movement into a world of presences, of volumes and elegant lines, and manages weightlessness in heavy bronze. This results in tactile, visually attractive sculptures. There aren't too many sculptors who know how to stylize animal shapes well, and even fewer that seek the degree of refinement Dedrie is striving for. It results in soft and sensual surfaces that underline the exquisite grace of birds like ducks and long-legged waders. There are honestly merely a few I can name. Francois Pompon (France 1855-1933) worked on Rodin's marble sculptures before becoming one of the greatest animal sculptors of the modern era. His work instigated what I call the Movement of Form, comprising the sculptors who preferred to distance themselves from ...

    Bruce Naigles - From a philosophical standpoint, all that we perceive in the world of form is an outer expression of an inner dynamic. Though my work is predominantly figurative, I find it to be the art of giving form to the formless; ideas, emotions, relationships, events. These are by their very nature intangible and essentially abstract, though they continually alter and effect our physical reality. We read them through our intuitive understanding of body language, much as snow blown about on a winter's day reveals the invisible movement and form of the wind. To 'clothe' these subliminal qualities in human figures and bring them forth in a sculpture, whether it be a simple figure inspired by a model's beauty or an allegory of our human condition, is the basic goal and driving force in my work. ...