Iconic glass artist Rollin Karg’s new jaw dropping creations. Jovial, surreal, and striking.
Navajo Folk Artist, Delbert Buck was born in Shiprock, New Mexico to Wilford and Jenny Buck in September of 1976. Delbert is self-taught and started at the ripe old age of nine. His artwork started in an innocent way with the carving of toy guns for his younger brothers. The idea of carving figures just came to him. He first thought of carving a horse as he is an avid lover and participant of rodeos, with his favorite event being bull riding.
Delbert wants people to smile when they see his work.
Robert Deurloo lives along the Salmon River near the largest wilderness area in the lower 48 states. Surrounded by rugged mountains which are inhabited by the animals he sculpts, this postcard-perfect chunk of Idaho is an ideal place for inspiration as a wildlife artist.
His sculptures are cast from molten bronze, but due to an elaborate and exotic patina process, they appear to be chiseled from the granite of the Sawtooth Mountains. A combination of intense heat and various acids and minerals produce the polished stone patinas. A self-taught artist, his style blossoms from within, rather than forged by external teachings. He has learned over his 25 year career that capturing every detail in a sculpture can actually detract from the impact of the piece. An exquisite form, combined with a little mystery, will not only capture the spirit of the animal, but will allow a viewer to bring their own experiences to play in the appreciation of his works of art.
Fine ironwood with Turquoise & Silver Inlay by artist Larry Favorite
Larry Favorite hand- crafts all of his work from dense fine ironwood he gathers from the Great Senora Desert. He loves the sheer joy of being at one with the wood to release the beauty he finds within. He enjoys the process and the challenge of looking at, and listening to each piece of wood until it reveals what it wants to become. Other than the ironwood itself, he intricately inlays turquoise, opal, and sterling silver into each work. Click on Image to Enlarge.