Jeff Canepa

associate member

My name is Jeff Canepa and I'm a sculptor living in Anaheim, California. I was born and raised in New York State and attended college in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at The University of the Arts. After college, I moved to South Florida and began a work history and career as a professional sculptor in some challenging industries - bronze casting and Architectural Sculpture working as an Architectural Sculptor and also exhibition of my work. In 2006, I moved to California. 2020 marks over 30 years in Sculpture for me, since I studied Michelangelo in high school and my first year of college. And in recent years, I have worked in my own portrait bust format in Sculpture doing American and World historical figures in the portrait bust. I left off and am still doing historical female saints. 2020 is a return to full figure work with my wolf and goat sculptures and I'm looking forward to more. I'm confident and happy in the choices and judgements I made in my sculpture for America and the World Community. I have loved the National Sculpture Society my whole life and always want to grow and evolve.

associate member

Jeff Canepa

My name is Jeff Canepa and I'm a sculptor living in Anaheim, California. I was born and raised in New York State and attended college in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at The University of the Arts. After college, I moved to South Florida and began a work history and career as a professional sculptor in some challenging industries - bronze casting and Architectural Sculpture working as an Architectural Sculptor and also exhibition of my work. In 2006, I moved to California. 2020 marks over 30 years in Sculpture for me, since I studied Michelangelo in high school and my first year of college. And in recent years, I have worked in my own portrait bust format in Sculpture doing American and World historical figures in the portrait bust. I left off and am still doing historical female saints. 2020 is a return to full figure work with my wolf and goat sculptures and I'm looking forward to more. I'm confident and happy in the choices and judgements I made in my sculpture for America and the World Community. I have loved the National Sculpture Society my whole life and always want to grow and evolve.