Sculpture

Directory of Utah Artists arranged by media. Sculpture.

Alex Foster

Bio Alex Foster was born in 1987 and raised in Southern California. Using inspiration from pop art, popular culture, social pressures and intimate relationships he creates objects within a narrative context which are sympathetic, evoking emotions such as sadness, hopelessness, rejection and defeat, while maintaining a sense of […]

Erin Coleman-Cruz

Bio Erin Coleman-Cruz received her MFA in Studio Art from Northern Illinois University and her Bachelors in Art Education from Goshen College in Indiana. She moved to Salt Lake City in 2011 where she practices and teaches design and art. Both Coleman-Cruz’s art-making and design practices range between […]

Sarah Thomas

Bio Sarah Thomas was born in Salt Lake City, Utah in October 1979. She was raised in the Air Force and spent the majority of her childhood in Misawa, Japan. As Sarah moved from state to state with her military family, she learned to adapt to different communities […]

Amanda Oechsle

Bio Amanda Oechsle was born in Great Falls, Montana and moved to Utah when she was three years old. She now lives and works in Salt Lake City. She currently attends University of Utah and is a candidate for a Bachelors of Fine Arts with an emphasis in […]

Nolan Baumgartner

Bio Nolan Baumgartner received his BFA from the University of Utah in 2001, and his MFA in ceramics from Cranbrook Art Academy in 2004. A Utah native, he is a practicing studio potter and artist who shows in local and national exhibitions. He has taught at Oakland County […]

Venessa Gromek

Bio Venessa Gromek is a recent graduate from Weber State University and is originally from the Chicago area. Gromek has shown at multiple galleries in Salt Lake City Utah including, the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art and CUAC Contemporary Art. She is heavily influenced by the Outdoor industry […]

Rod Heiss

Bio “Bend and Not Brake,” says Tao Te Ching. This motto motivates Rod Heiss to paint.  In his early years, due to undiagnosed eye problems, he was unable to learn the way most children do. School was difficult and defeating.  He was constantly being reminded of his differences […]

Suzanne Storer

Suzanne Storer is an Ogden ceramic artist who creates functional pottery as well as wall relief and fully-rounded ceramic sculptures.   Read an interview with the artist and a review of her work in the December 2013 edition of 15 Bytes. 15 Bytes

Heather Campbell

BIO Heather Campbell visualizes each piece she creates as an experience unto itself. Considering shape,color, texture and dimension while infusing mood and uniqueness, she plays upon our emotions and sense of individuality.Each creation is one of a kind, boasting exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail. Mastering a variety […]

Jared Lindsay Clark

LINKS www.jaredlindsayclark.com ARTIST IMAGES 15 Bytes PROFILE Jared Lindsay Clark is one of three artists chosen to inaugurate the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art’s (UMOCA) artists-in-residence program. Along with Brian Patterson and Mary Toscano, Clark will have access to national curators and critics, workshops in professional development, monthly […]

Colour Maisch

BIO There seem to be two ways in which I understand the world: through my head and through my gut. While both modes have their place, I am drawn to the lush, animal nature of the gut. From this vantage point, I am free to make connections and […]

L’Deane Trueblood

L’Deane Trueblood, a nationally recognized sculptor and painter, was recently named one of Utah’s top artist. 15 Bytes

Kerry Transtrum

Kerry Transtrum has been an artist working in cast, fused and kiln formed glass for 25 years. His work explores humanity and nature and the great things we can learn from them. 15 Bytes

LeRoy Transfield

LeRoy Transfield a native of New Zealand, sculpts figures which explore the nuances of various cultures and themes, whether in the round or relief. 15 Bytes

Lena Toritch

Lena Toritch is a classically trained Russian-born sculptor who has been granted permanent residency as an “artist of exceptional ability.” 15 Bytes