Alabaster - Sculptors
- Sculpture by Kelly Borsheim - Bio - I began my study of sculpture in 1994. Previously, I had studied the figure in photo restoration and painting and I still study it. The lines and shapes of the human form are intriguing, beautiful, and unique. When I began sculpting for bronze and later, in stone, I expanded my subject matter to include marine life. There's just something about stone. It has beauty, solidity, and strength. It communicates timelessness, probably because of the lengthy time-span of its own creation. Even before I knew I wanted to be an artist, I was in awe of stone sculpture. Visit: Stone Sculpture Gallery. Contact: 512.303.3929
- Wayne Christie - Themes from Nature - I am a self-taught artist living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and am constantly striving to evolve and improve my talents. My sculptures are done in various soapstones, as well as alabaster, and I am currently experimenting with sandstone as well. The inspiration for each piece comes from the stone itself, as I believe I am merely releasing the spirit that exists in the stone. See Gallery one, Gallery two, Gallery three, From a rough stone to a finished sculpture
- William Crain - William's Studio Gallery - bio - Today, I carve stone, (alabaster), without power tools, paint/draw the female figure in oil pastel and create wood/ lino cuts. Have a new Day job ...it's required if your an artist. day job as a stonemason for an Australian decorative stone quarry called Gosford Quarries good job eh? Shelberite Mate Wooooo Hoooooooo i taught the Auzzies to say "Daaaah"! Visit the gallery of stone, Hall of Figures.
- Mark Yale Harris - artist and sculptor - See: Selected Works, Collectors, A Perspective from the Artist, Art Reviews.
- J. Kinder Hollis, Sculptor/ Stonecarver - Biography - Hollis produces an amazing array of colors and textures from alabaster. These sculptures evoke the simple spirituality of the Native American cultures of the American southwest. Displayed in homes across the United States, these works are not only pleasing to the eye but easy on the mind. Hollis' sculptures are also displayed in fine art galleries in Taos, New Mexico, Sedona, Arizona and Marble Falls, Texas." Contact: CarvNMarbl@aol.com or 580 355 6025
- Shane Smith - StoneShaper's bio - My art and sculptures are works done mostly in stone (marble, limestone, alabaster, soapstone) and some wood or clay. Major inspiration for my sculptures come my relationships and feelings about God, people, nature, and the things we surround ourselves with. You're invited to view my sculptures and art and to tell me a little about yourself. Enjoy! Shane. See gallery on first page, then Work in progress, Where can you get stone and tools and how to carve stone. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Stone Sculptor Sue Nees and the Elements of Stone - About Sue Nees - Sue Nees works with granite, andesite, alabaster and soapstone. Her direct carving process is a study in physical experience which searches for an instinctual understanding of stone's behavior in relation to the human hand. Sue creates individual pieces as well as collaborating with other artists in group projects such as the Saku City Symposium in Saku City, Japan and the Marble Street Sculpture Park in West Rutland, Vermont. She is member of the Fukashi Gallery, a gallery in Matsumoto, Japan which specializes in stone sculpture and public art planning. See also http://www.cistern.com/suenees/ for more of her work. Contact: email@example.com
- Piccolo's World - Come into my sculpture gallery, I'd like my sculpture to meet you. An artist's gallery of sculpture carved in marble, alabaster, wood and various exotic and unique stones from around the world. Visit Gallery #1, Gallery #2. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Stillpoint Studio of Fine Art - LaFond Stillpoint - Sculptural Capabilities: Indoor/outdoor statues, busts, portraits, panels in high/low relief, doors and fountains. Media: Bronze, marble, alabaster, cultured marble, cultured onyx, terracotta, cold cast bronze, hydrocal, and fiberglass. See: Alabaster Gallery Contact: email@example.com
- Wayne Christie - I am a self-taught artist living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and am constantly striving to evolve and improve my talents. My sculptures are done in various soapstones, as well as alabaster, and I am currently experimenting with sandstone as well. The inspiration for each piece comes from the stone itself, as I believe I am merely releasing the spirit that exists in the stone. See Gallery one, Gallery two, Gallery three, From a rough stone to a finished sculpture.