Sculpture - Our Artists

Rosemary Celon-Gordon
A whole lot of Whimsy goes into Rosemary's sculptures.

Primarily working with polymer clay and paper clay which may be used alone or in combination with other materials and found objects.

Like all of her other works of art, color and detail are key in these unique and one of a kind sculptures ... [ more ]

Regal Art & Gift
Regal Art & Gift holds a belief that with the blessing of attaining prosperity comes a responsibility to 'give back' a portion of one's income, time and energy to those less fortunate.

When this is done regularly, it creates a dynamic exchange of energy and good will in one's life and business, further cycling prosperity for the donor and recipient that is unending.

Since starting the business in 1992, Regal has 'tithed' regularly every month, which means giving at least 1/10th of its income to charitable causes ... [ more ]

Swahili African Modern
Swahili African Modern has been building relationships with African artisans for over 20 years. Working in Africa presents specific challenges, but Swahili thrives on creative problem solving and inspired design.

They believe in fair trade, and their work in Africa shows it. When they meet artisans, they plan for a long-term relationship that helps dedicated Africans advance professionally & personally. They pay fairly and on time, because artisans work hard to provide for their families ... [ more ]

Sugarpost Metals
Home of artist, Fred Conlon, Sugar Post gets its name from its neighborhood in Salt Lake City - Sugar House - and its original location across the street from the post office.

Sugar Post was a pottery shop originally. In 1999, after the first army helmet turtle was created, Sugar Post Metal headed in the direction of full time metal sculpture production. A change of location and the addition of a separate metal sculpture facility brought about many new additions to the metal line of creatures, as well as custom projects for both functional use and the purely artistic. [ more ]

Yardbirds are made in Louisville, KY. They try to use overrun, discontinued, rejected, and scrap materials as much as possible.

Some of the materials they use include garden tools, car parts, farm implements, bicycle parts, and mufflers. We think that Yardbirds are a great way to contribute to the good of the environment.

They save rejected metal parts from ending up in a landfill and they beautify homes and yards everywhere! ... [ more ]

Sonny's Metal Art
You've all heard the old expression "One man's trash is another man's treasure" -  That's the motto of Milford's metal artist Sonny Cardinali. Using old discarded scrap metal parts, Sonny welds together masterpieces that are truly one of a kind! 

Originally a spoof, Sonny would just play around in his studio and give his creations to friends. After much positive feed back, it was suggested he try selling his creations and come up with a name and logo for his extraordinary talent.  Sonny's Metal Art was soon born with his signature jester logo, a symbol of his sense of humor .. [ more ]

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