National Sculptors' Guild Fellow Sandy Scott's half-life sized bronze buffalo "Ancient Way" is in its new home inside the University of Colorado Boulder's Regent Administrative Center.
Special thanks to the University of Colorado for the commission, the University Facilities Management Property Services for helping Wallis and John install, Tribble Stone and JH Welding for executing the base John designed, Wallis for great photos, Sandy Scott for another gorgeous sculpture and the CU students and alumni for supporting the arts.
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Stop by Columbine Gallery on Saturday Oct. 1st, between 12 noon and 4PM, for a Tailgate/Send Off in honor of National Sculptors' Guild Fellow Sandy Scott's latest bronze “Ancient Way” a half life-sized buffalo.
This recent commission will be installed October 6th inside the CU Boulder Regent Administrative Center. Don’t miss your chance to view this new piece plus recent gallery additions, including a herd of buffalo by our other fine artists.
We’ll have CU vs. Oregon State on the radio as you enjoy fall in the NSG Sculpture Garden with homemade chili and local beer. See you there! #BuffaloBuffaloBuffalo
National Sculptors' Guild sculptures to lead way to the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library
Master Plan Design by National Sculptors' Guild Executive Director John Kinkade
John Kinkade began working on this project (our first with the City of Little Rock, Arkansas) in 2003, the selected design and artwork was actualized, placed and dedicated November, 2004. Since then*, we have placed over 100 public artworks in Little Rock *12/2015.
Below are excerpts from Kinkade's preliminary proposal. Kinkade chose to pull key elements from President Clinton’s speech “Bridge to the 21st Century” to organize the progression to the library. He proposed numerous individual concepts by 14 national sculptors reflecting each theme. The Little Rock committee chose the six final artworks. The artwork speaks to Arkansas’ quality of life and thematic subject matter derived from President Clinton’s speech “Bridge to the 21st Century”.
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The National Sculptors' Guild placed Sandy Scott's "Sovereign Wings" bronze sculpture in Trophy Club, Texas. Measuring 8-feet high with a wingspan of 14-feet, the massive scale reinforces the majestic grandeur of the national bird. The American Bald Eagle has been and remains a favorite subject and motif for Sandy.
1997 NSG Public Art Placement 48
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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 over 20 contracted sculptors and painters; plus an extended network of 200+ artists that our design team works with on a regular basis to meet each project's unique needs.