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More About Sculpture
Sculpture Center offers an excellent overview of contemporary
sculpture plus opportunity listings for sculptors.
Center in Ohio also offers general information on sculpture
and includes "Sculptor's Forum" a bulletin board
for questions about sculpture and sculptors.
Western North Carolina Artists On The Internet
Webster's sculptures are inspired by the natural rhythms
of geological and biological forms. He works in cement
and other materials.
Bonitz (Steebo Design) is an Asheville sculptor working
in steel to create a wide range of sculptures from whimsical
figurative pieces to elegant abstract pieces.
Payne created moving dinosaur skeletons and more in
steel. Asheville misses him!
uses water colors to paint urban scenes, still lifes, and
The Blue Ridge Web
Market features a variety of products available from
Western North Carolina including the work of many artists
See a range of work from sculptors living
in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia at Tri-State
creates gargoyles and more in stone.
Looking for whimsical kinetic sculptures? Don't miss David
If you are intrigued by my mobiles, but
want something more in the style of Alexander Calder, check
out Rick Bissell's mobiles and stabiles at The
Find out about the North Carolina and South
Carolina arts scene through Carolina
Arts (the online version of the newspaper by the same
Visit the Asheville
Art Museum online.
Links to various Asheville area arts sites:
See what's happening in Greenville, SC
For an intelligent, non-partisan
perspective on the political hype and spin to which we are
all subjected on a daily basis, visit FactCheck.org.
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