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Sculptors
Sculptors are artists who create 3D works of art from materials such as metal, clay, wood, and ceramics. Many sculptors undergo a variety of training methods to prepare them for careers. While attending school, they often study art by French, Greek, and contemporary masters. By observing the techniques used to make famous works of art such as Michelangelo’s David, they can learn how to use their own tools to make statues, busts, and figurines. Sculptors can choose to focus on a wide variety of genres, including Modernist statues and abstract portraits. The skills required for these different types of figurines, busts, and statues can vary significantly. One would, for instance, find it difficult to draw many comparisons between a realistic statue of a woman and an abstract work depicting an emotion such as anger. When purchasing statues for your garden or house, you might need to visit a gallery that includes works by local, national, and internationally acclaimed artists. Chances are that the average person cannot afford 3D works created by sculptors who commonly show their creations in museums. Galleries, however, often have affordable pieces made of wood, bronze, and other materials. If you intend to keep the statue outside in a garden, then it is often best to choose one made of a durable material. Certain metals can work well outdoors, as do some plastics and treated woods. The Internet makes it easier to explore the different types of sculptures that you might want to purchase. Using a search engine will give you images that help you identify those that suit your tastes.
 
 
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Thomas D. Rogers, Sr., Inc.
P.o. Box 232, Beatty, OR 97621
A former U.S. mint engraver with 30+ years experience in the metallic art field. Design and bas-relief sculpture. Specializing in metallic, portrait, stained glass and wildlife art designs and sculpture. Organizational and commemorative medallions and plaques from concept to finished pieces.
(541) 533-3129
Carole Turner Fine Art
4110 Se Hawthorne Blvd. No 149, Portland, OR 97214
Voluptuous sculpture in bronze and stone created by a highly acclaimed artist. Artwork is personal to monumental, in size and scope. Commissions welcome.
(503) 926-8540
R. W. Bane Studios, Llc
13000 N.e. Parrett Mtn. Rd., Newberg, OR 97132
This local sculptor specializes in portraiture, sculpted figures, and other commemorative sculptures in bronze or marble. Work also includes monuments, memorials, public art, plaques and fine art.
(503) 625-6880
Carole Murphy
1405 Se Stark St, Portland, OR 97214
Carole Murphy is a sculptor whose work in cement and metal lives somewhere between the lines of nature and the feminine. Her work is in galleries and museums across the US. Studio classes available
(503) 235-7233
Reinmuth Bronze
3295 Meadow Ln, Eugene, OR 97402
(541) 463-8280
Eichinger Sculpture Studio
2516 Se Division St, Portland, OR 97202
(503) 223-0626
Davis & Cline Galleries
525 a St, Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 482-2069
Levine Susan
3605 Se Division St, Portland, OR 97202
(503) 230-0588
Forsyth Decoration Display
12129 Se Highway 212, Clackamas, OR 97015
(503) 652-1070
Living Sculptures
46395 Brahman Way, Pendleton, OR 97801
(541) 276-4928
Gene Os Garden Arts
4209 Ocean Beach Hwy, Longview, WA 98632
(360) 636-5047


Sculptors are artists that sculpt works of art out of various mediums such as clay, plaster, ceramics, metal, and wood to produce such items as garden figurines, statues, bronze busts, and famous portraits. Types of art sculptures may include that of a woman, man, child, abstract, modern, contemporary, and 3-D. Sculptors often display their wares at a gallery, museum, or shop. They use a variety of tools and machines to help them perform their work, but much of it is done by hand. Sculptors attend schools and universities to learn their craft, but how much schooling you get depends on the degree you want. Go online to research famous sculptors like David French and the legendary Michelangelo, an Italian Renaissance sculptor, painter, architect, engineer, and poet. Visit your local library as well to read up on sculptors and their creations. You can search online directory listings to find a gallery near you that offers sculptures for sale, whether you're interested in 3-D art, garden figurines, bronze statues, clay creations, busts, or abstracts. If you're a company looking to hire a commercial artist trained in sculpture, drawing, and painting to produce contemporary works for your business, contact commercial sculptors in your area. Such artists often use computers for graphics assistance, to produce compelling, modern designs that appeal to the public, and work by hand in various medias such as clay. Sculptors may hold majors in history, fine art, and graphic arts. You can find local sculptors by looking in your local phone book or by searching online directory listings.
 
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