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We have been fortunate to have worked with this great city since 2004 and have placed over 100 public art pieces in Little Rock, with 6 more monuments in the works for 2016 placements. pictured here for a recent article is Denny Haskew/NSG's "Native Knowledge"
National Sculptors' Guild's sculpture placements continue to enhance the community of Little Rock, AR and have received notice in some recent media articles. Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette article Dec.14, 2015 We encourage you to go visit this culturally rich part of the country and meet the wonderful people we've come to know as friends.
Recent accolades and articles in Little Rock, Arkansas are bringing some of our proudest placements to light. The National Sculptors' Guild is proud to have contributed to this great community with art since 2004! If you haven't visited Little Rock, Go!pictured NSG placements are Jane DeDecker's Patty Cake placed at River Front Park #419, and Denny Haskew's Renewal Ritual placed in 2015 in the Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden that NSG/JK Design's John Kinkade helped design in 2008 .
Arkansas Business Article Dec. 14, 2015
The National Sculptors' Guild assisted local sculptor Sutton Betti on a challenging sculpture design, with placement engineering and installation services. We placed Sutton's bronze "Master Swimmer" at EPIC in Fort Collins, CO, the regions premier ice and aquatics facility. JK Design's principal designer, John Kinkade worked with Betti on this unique placement to create the illusion of water - turquoise colored glass and concrete caps on each column. Special thanks to David DeDecker from Sculpture Services of Colorado, LLC too.
JK Designs, Inc.
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