National Sculptors' Guild Fellow, Gary Alsum just had another bronze sculpture selected for placement in Edmond, Oklahoma. His bronze pirate "Arrgh" is now located in the Town Square neighborhood. NSG has had a successful history of placing artwork with the city of Edmond. We love how they appreciate and accentuate art in their city. If you haven't been, it's a public art feast for the eye. #PublicArt #Edmond NSG - 506
Sculpture Services of Colorado came to the NSG garden to clean Arrgh up before we loaded it up to head to Edmond, OK. We'll miss this pirate in the garden, but happy it'll be enjoyed in its permanent placement.
1/18/17: National Sculptors' Guild fellow Wayne Salge's bronze "Sierra" will be placed in the city of Edmond, Ok this year. Stay tuned for images of the installation.
John Kinkade and Clay Enoch from the National Sculptors' Guild are returning from Oklahoma today after another successful NSG public art placement.
4/25/15: We've delivered National Sculptors' Guild fellow Jane DeDecker's "Sherlock Holmes" to be installed in Edmond, Oklahoma's new police facility.
Commissioned by the city for placement in the entry where a time capsule is on display.
The sculpture is placed to appear investigating the historic time capsule.
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11/19/2014: The city of Edmond, OK will soon be graced with a bronze sculpture of Sherlock Holmes by National Sculptors' Guild fellow Jane DeDecker. Stay tuned for more images as she brings this sketch to life in clay. #SherlockHolmes #EdmondArt #ComingSoon
National Sculptors' Guild fellow Clay Enoch is busy working on a few new commissions, including this upcoming enlargement for the City of Edmond, OK. The "On the Edge" study is available for purchase.
Edmond, Oklahoma has commissioned this sculpture for its new YMCA Recreation & Aquatic Center
"ON THE EDGE" by CLAY ENOCH,NATIONAL SCULPTORS' GUILD
A clever composition giving a glimpse of what's happening below the waterline for a group of young swimmers. The multi-figure monumental bronze will celebrate cultural diversity, to include 5 children total; African-American, Euro American, Hispanic American, Native American and Asian-American.
Learn more about the new facility and Edmond's Public Art program
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