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.
Pascal believes that 'wood is alive'. His deep knowledge of his chosen medium allows him to bring out its essential qualities in a variety of pieces, from smooth, perfect abstractions of the human form to mixed media geometrics.
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.
Santa Fe sculptor Alexander Brown employs steel and stone to create works of ethereal beauty that could belong to an ancient past or a distant future. His sculptures reflect his interests in Isamu Noguchi's ancient Oriental esthetics as well as 20h-century abstract sculpture pioneers Henry Moore and David Smith, but they offer Brown's unique interpretations of simple forms such as circles, squares and strong, arcing lines. Alexander Brown's sculptures possess a potent power that can unlock a range of responses from viewers.
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.