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James Troutman’s work with Brazilian soapstone is as graceful as his subject matter.
Margaret White stretches into mixed media sculpture with “Carrying On,” a whimsical depiction of a girl and her … pigs.
James Troutman captures the dignity of a male teal duck in this Brazilian soapstone sculpture.
Rufus Snoddy’s “Hair” is a mixed-media sculptural beauty; 22 inches wide by 94 inches high by 3 inches deep.
Jim Troutman’s original sculptures are lifelike, yet artistic. This female teal duck is at peace, yet ready to take to wing at a moment’s notice.
A keen eye for detail and a talent for sculpture make Jim Troutman’s original artwork brilliant for the ages.
“Never More” by Jim Troutman is a Brazilian soapstone carving.
Fly to close to the sun and you may get burned in Rufus Snoddy’s “Of Imminence.”