Karen Petersen

Karen Petersen, is a sculptor of organic forms. Petersen creates what her hands see and feel. Ignoring fashion and embracing the lessons learned from teachers, past masters and a life of conflict and beauty the results are animals and the human figures . Sometimes they are abstract. But always the motive is to create a […]

Peter Kirkiles

“I’m a maker; I’m also an admirer of things well made. Over the years, I’ve chosen to make things that I love. I find the subjects of my sculpture in real life; a shoe, a camera, a clock, a ruler…made to a scale that is one-to-one, it’s human scale.” –Peter Kirkiles Sculptor Peter Kirkiles plays […]

David Hostetler

David Hostetler, sculptor was the creator of a series of original and captivating works in wood and bronze that honor and celebrate the female form. Inspired by goddesses and celebrated women of historical significance, Hostetler based his entire life’s work on capturing the spirit, romance and earthiness of “the feminine” in exotic woods and in […]

Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen

“CUT – WORK” uses a surgeon’s scalpel to create spontaneous images. A clear mind and a steady hand guide Elizabeth Gregory–Gruen in her exploration into shadow and light . Each image is initiated in the top layer of paper. An adhesive is added and another layer of paper , this layer is cut … the […]

Michael Alfano

Michael Alfano has been sculpting figures, public art, and philosophical pieces for over twenty years. He first studied at the Art Students League of New York with an emphasis on life-size sculpture and anatomy. His formal education continued at Boston University and was augmented by internships with several prominent sculptors. He occasionally teaches sculpture at […]

Christopher Solbert

The work of sculptor Christopher Solbert has been shown at exhibitions and galleries throughout the Northeast. He is included in the private collections of the National Academy of Science in Washington, D.C., the offices of Credit Suisse First Boston and Davis Polk & Wardwell in Tokyo, Japan, and at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Cold […]

Peter Mandl

Peter Mandl is born in Check Republic, Formerly Checkoslovakia in Prague the year of 1947. As a result of the effects of the Prague spring Peter escaped to Sweden 1968 as a political refugee. He now enjoys his life in Påarp, situated beautifully on the westcoast of Sweden in the outskirts of Halmstad with his […]

Margery Torrey

Margery Torrey began sculpting as a child in New York. Shaping forms was an activity that went hand-in-hand with her love of the outdoors and its wildlife. She would roam the family farm on Long Island’s north shore, dig clay from the banks of the pond, and create sculptures of the ducks, turtles, and anything […]