Here you will find a fine collection of wildlife
and historical bronzes by Pennsylvania artist Wayne Hyde,
Colorado artist Mark Hopkins, Maine artist Jud Hartmann,
Indiana artist Steven Lalioff and California sculptor
Melvin Johansen. These artists all use the fine art, traditional
"lost wax" method of bronze casting.
Wayne Hyde's work in bronze deals primarily with early
American historical subjects and North American wildlife. See his
entire collection by clicking on the photo to the left or by following
the link below.
Mark Hopkins has a vast portfolio of sculptures to
his credit, with many different
subjects including Sporting, Wildlife, Native American, Children,
Hartmann's work takes you into the world of the early Eastern
woodland Indian. Subjects of his include prominent New England Indians
and such famous persons as Chief Pontiac. By clicking on the photo
to the right or following the link below, you'll discover an elegant,
emotional collection of Jud's magnificent bronze scultpures.
you will find three separate bronze sculptures from Indiana artist
Steven Lalioff's original burl wood carvings. We invite you
to take the time to read the text describing each piece on their
Melvin Johansen sculpture including North American
and African Wildlife. Clicking the image will take you directly
to Melvin's website.