Sculptor Bob Haozous successfully weds Native and especially Apache imagery with powerful form and a sharp, unequivocal wit aimed at contemporary American life. Between them, he and his father, the deeply respected artist Allan Houser, have defined the range of Native American sculpture.
Santa Fe sculptor Alexander Brown uses steel and stone to create beauty that belongs to ancient pasts or distant futures. His work reflects his interests in Isamu Noguchi's Oriental pieces and 20th-century abstract sculpture pioneers Henry Moore and David Smith, but they have interpretations of circles, squares and arcing lines.
Contemporary artist and conceptual sculptor Susan Begy lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico and Brooklyn, New York. Her work is exhibited in Santa Fe, NM, New York, Brooklyn, NY, and Los Angeles, CA.
Riley M. Kelley is a sculptor in Santa Fe, New Mexico who focuses on the form of an object to reveal the artistic balance and emotion of the subject both in automotive, human and animal form. Automotive Art and in particular porsche automotive bronze sculptures are the highlight of his work.