Final touches are being added to National Sculptors' Guild Fellow Daniel Glanz's "Fly Fishin' II" commissioned for a private home outside Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
The American Bald Eagle is captured lifting a freshly caught Cutthroat Trout. The bronze will be placed on a natural stone in the family's pond. The striking wildlife sculpture was cast at Eagle Bronze in Lander, Wyoming. (fitting for the subject) The Guild plans to install within the next month.
With a wingspan of 97", this beautiful bronze will create a spectacular view.
"Fly Fishin' II" is available as a limited edition, great for home or public art collections. Order from our online store, please allow approximately 4 months for casting time.
Below are images of the clay process.
Carol Gold and the National Sculptors' Guild are preparing to install "Time" in Bend, Oregon this summer.
"Time" depicts a stylized figure running atop a large wheel, alluding to travel, as well as, the ceaseless movement of the clock. The implied motion of the sculpture reflects the energetic and playful mood of city life.
The bronze figure measures 6 feet high, 4.5 feet wide and 3.5 feet deep. The 7-ft diameter circular ring will be fabricated from rectangular rolled stainless steel tubing.
The monument has been cast and assembled at the world-renowned bronze foundry, Art Castings of Colorado. The bronze figure patinaed in warm tones with coppery brown skin and a rich chocolate brown on the clothing. The stainless steel ring features a sandblasted soft matte finish. The neutral colors of the sculpture will harmonize with nearby architecture and landscape.
Time will appeal to all ages through its whimsically approachable design. At its substantial scale, the sculpture will create an eye-catching sculptural placement that will act as an identifiable landmark.
"Ah! The clock is always slow; it is later than you think." -- Robert Service (1874 - 1958)
The National Sculptors' Guild Fellows have elected Craig Campbell as an Associate Member, His work is expressive and covers the gamut of subjects from strong and serious, to playful and imaginative; figurative or wildlife. We can't wait to see what new creations come from his studio and are eager to place some fantastic public art with Craig.
Craig Campbell began sculpting more than 25 years ago and received his BFA in sculpture from Wichita State University. To further his goal to create figurative and representational work, he began a rigorous program of self-study in the areas of human and animal anatomy, movement, character, and proportion. He has created work for both commercial clients and fine art galleries, and his work has been commissioned by zoos and theme companies, toy companies, and the film industry, including work for The Hobbit, Elysium and Mad Max. He was a featured artist in the HISTORY channel’s “Monument Guys” TV series. learn more about Craig
JK Designs’ Principal, John Kinkade, founded the National Sculptors’ Guild in 1992 with a handful of sculptors who wished to find thoughtful public applications for their work. Representation has since grown to