Whether it’s Giuseppe Palumbo’s whimsical bronze sheep, Heather Gauthier’s charming rhino, Kevin Box’s one-of-a-kind unicorn, Linda Ridd Herzog’s inquisitive pig, Sandy Graves’ irresistible elephants, or Sharon Loper’s loyal wolf pack, this gathering of artworks is sure to enchant any collector.
In conjunction with this showcase we’re excited to welcome two artists to the galleries – Heather Gauthier and Sandy Graves. Considered to be “anthropomorphic realism” – ascribing human characteristics to non-human subjects – Gauthier’s most popular work is a series of eclectic animal portraits. Animals of all varieties pose with flowers or objects that are foregrounded on decorative backgrounds. Within her fanciful practice, Gauthier’s culmination of experiences between rural and urban settings are grounded through modern graphic and textile design elements. Graves first fell in love with bronze when she discovered the warmth and beauty of the medium. A life-long equestrian, she recently has begun to incorporate abstracted equine forms to compliment the wildlife and human figures that comprise much of her portfolio. Inspired by watching the public interact with sculpture Graves hopes for her whimsical artworks to evoke special memories in the
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