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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.”
James Troutman artistically captures the action of a bear in the wild with “On The Rocks,” an original soapstone sculpture.
Rufus Snoddy’s clever use of materials and his abundance of talent make for wonderful, original mixed media sculptures. “Pissing Off The Bull” combines imagination with intrigue.
The magnificence of a bear is captured in “Standing Tall,” a Brazilian soapstone original sculpture by James Troutman.
Margaret White’s whimsy, creativity and attention to detail come through in three dimensions with this clever sculpture, “The Chicken-Walker’s Daughter.”