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2018 Sculpture Artists

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David Bryce

Great Barrington, MA

Booth #421
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My sculptures unite Baroque movement, abstract expressionist gesture, Asian decorative spirit and my own gentle whimsical voice. I create pieces that may be serene or playful but always captivating and inviting with their gestures and expressions.

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Scott Causey

Sarasota, FL

Booth #200
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I prefer to leave the interpretation of my work up to the viewer. I want to recreate the feeling of a child who sees a giant lollipop and cries until she gets it. I hope to achieve a balance between the quiet, simple, solid form.

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Laura Lloyd

Saint Peters, MO

Booth #227
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My creativity springs from a sense of fascination with people and a delight in life. Faces and color dominate both my oil painting and clay sculpture.

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Sharon Matusiak and Robin L. Washburn

Marion, IL

Booth #307
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Mixed media sculpture for the wall and tabletop, designed and made by the team of Robin L. Washburn and Sharon Matusiak. Finding inspiration in nature we revel in the juxtaposition of metal, wood and paint to create texture and color on various forms.

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Shadow May

Red Bank, TN

Booth #207
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I create wheel thrown and hand built porcelain & stoneware ceramic forms. Each sculptural form is built from slabs of clay and thrown forms to create large and dynamic pieces.

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Ed Pribyl

McHenry, IL

Booth #226
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I create hand carved wooden sculptures inspired by interesting and sometimes odd bits of Americana. All of my work has been hand painted with a unique antique finish, resulting in a fresh perspective of a somewhat forgotten medium.

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Kostas Ulevicius

St. Petersburg, FL

Booth #232
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Recently I am fascinated by the face and love to simplify and elongate the human form, hoping to create contemplative pieces that with their spiritual connection recapture what ancient cultures had.

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Thomas Wargin

Menomonee Falls, WI

Booth #128
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My sculpture is an interpretation about the realities of life. There is a commonality among the way we live and the voyage many times is not easy. Within my sculptures you will see the journey we take and some of the obstacles we endure.

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Mark Winter

Milwaukee, WI

Booth #625
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Sculpture made of 100% recycled scrap metal and parts. Once collected and sorted, the metal is manipulated then welded into sculptural form. Existing paint is left on the steel. Finished with lacquer.

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Wishing It Were Spring Sale.

$50 Unframed

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2 Prints

Wishing It Were Spring Sale.

$65 Unframed

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