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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.
Using found wood and handcrafted, then painted ceramic, “Edmund” takes form as a small, but clever horse. DUE TO THE DELICATE NATURE OF MICHELLE’S SCULPTURES, PURCHASE IS THROUGH GALLERY ONLY.
An elegant mix of handcrafted, hand painted ceramic, wood & metal sculpts “Evart” to live from artist Michelle Tock York. Due to the delicate nature of this mixed media sculpture, purchase is required through the gallery directly.
In need of eye candy? Look no further than,”Faint Blue” by Rufus Snoddy.
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.
f you love nature and the great outdoors, this fishy will hook you in. “Lake James Birch” by Michelle Tock York is a mixed media sculpture using birch wood, metal and handcrafted ceramic. DUE TO THE DELICATE NATURE OF MICHELLE’S SCULPTURES, PURCHASE IS THROUGH GALLERY ONLY.
“Never More” by Jim Troutman is a Brazilian soapstone carving.
Now that’s a fish! Mixing found object with hand crafted ceramic detail, Michelle Tock York brings “Newberry” to life. Due to the delicate nature of this mixed media sculpture, purchase is required through the gallery directly.
James Troutman artistically captures the action of a bear in the wild with “On The Rocks,” an original soapstone sculpture.