Copper Wall Art

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Dale has mastered various art media such as painting in oils and acrylics, as well as scupturing in clay. His foremeost interest is in metal art. His work reflects an evolution of impressions through refinement and a deep understanding of his subjects. Andersen’s work is in commercial and private collections worldwide. We are sure you will enjoy your purchase for years to come. Dale Anderson Gallery

Pat Shannon 

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Patrick Shannon has been living in the beautiful hardwood forest of Northern Minnesota for most of his adult life. Nature, art, and the legacy of indigenous people continue to provide inspiration and direction for his work. His career began with clay (hand built pottery and sculpture) and has recently shifted to metals, primarily copper and steel. The work is a result of many different techniques and usually involves incorporation of a multiversity of materials including such things as natural reed, wood, stone, etc.   Pat Shannon Gallery 

 hedblom2Judy Hedblom

Award winning Claymoon Copper, was created in 2001 by the husband & wife team of David & Judy Hedblom. It has evolved & grown from Judy’s love of copper & its infinite applications, along with David’s technical experience. Contemporary designs created from a unique, fascinating process.  Judy Hedblom Gallery

Individually designed and handcrafted, our copper wall sculptures are formed, textured, brushed and flame painted with detail & precision. Conquering the heat process without the use of acids, chemicals or paints was the goal – 3D colors, depth and movement within each creation is the phenomenal result.

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Greg Gowen’s most noted quality is designing, and his hands on medium for expressing this talent is through metal sculpting. Although his artistic desire for designs touches many different mediums, his success and notoriety have been in his popular welded copper and brass wall hangings and free standing sculptures.

Greg, a native of Texas, was born in 1968 and began welding at age eight under the guidance of his father and mother, Mike and Martha Gowen, both well known artists and gallery owners. Greg often says “My daddy showed me how to sculpt, my mother taught me to make it beautiful.” At the age of eighteen Greg turn to the art world for his career. He began participating in art shows around the southwest. Galleries quickly became aware of his talent and began exhibiting and selling his work. Today, Greg’s sculptures are displayed in private collections, galleries, and museums throughout the U.S. and abroad.

Greg currently resides in Corrales, New Mexico where he, his wife Deborah, and his four children Jordan, Kyle, Wesley, and Noah. In Corrales he and his wife maintain their gallery (COPPER TREE GALLERY) and Greg’s metal sculpting studio.

The most important aspect of Greg’s work is best stated in his own words, “I am blessed to have the opportunity to use the gift of God gave me and share it with others.”

Greg Gowan Gallery

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