Todd and Sharon's Art Prospects
These are a few pieces we're actively considering, in
no particular order (needless to say, if we won the lottery tomorrow, we'd
probably get them all). All works are bronze unless otherwise stated:
- Nancy Rieke - Cello We
saw this at the Loveland Invitational in August '98. Very impressive. - Update: we bought this in 2003. Most excellent.
- Hans Schiebold
- Original Acrylic Painting (unknown title). We've admired this
man's paintings often at Bronze Coast Gallery in Cannon Beach. One
day we'll buckle down and get one. News flash - we had one commissioned and we love it!
- Deacon - Charlie.
You have to like dogs to appreciate this piece.
- David Crawford
- Fat Cat. What "Charlie" does for dogs, this does for
- David Crawford
- Trestle Horse. Most unusual
horse, with a zipper up the spine.
- Arlie Regier - One of a kind Stainless Steel designs. We
were first exposed to Arlie's work at Loveland. Unfortunately, he
has no dealers in Washington or Oregon.
If we had the room for it, we'd consider Deacon's "Azygos"
in the full size version. Azygos is a stylized wolf that seems quite
menacing in full size, but is somewhat more tentative in the smaller versions.
Other artists that we're watching out for:
- Carol Gold
- Todd became fascinated by her work as seen on the Columbine Gallery
website. We had the chance to see it up close in Loveland. Still
percolating on this one.
- Tim Cherry
- Dean Major from Bronze Coast Gallery suggested we seek out Tim's work,
as it seemed to fit our tastes. We both like "Snake in the grass"
(which we secretly refer to as "road pizza cat"), but it's sold
out in all but the smallest size.
- Jason Napier - We first encountered Jason's work at a Seattle
home show. One of these days, we'll have to find his gallery at Friday
- Christopher Burkett
- We've yet to see these Ilfochrome enlargements from 8x10" Transparencies,
but they sound intriguing.
Back to the Art Page
Back to the
Send e-mail to: Todd
& Sharon <firstname.lastname@example.org>