Recent Works by Elected Sculptor Members
June 01, 2020
National Sculpture Society Website
Recent Works by Elected Sculptor Members
Douglas Aja, NSS: The Shooter Bronze | 20" x 8" x 8"
Richard Barnet, NSS: Sketches for Sculptures Drawing/Watercolor | 18" x 24"
Richard Becker, NSS: Covid Healing Monument Fountain Digital for Bronze and Concrete | 24' tall x 30' diameter with 7' tall central figure
Jeff Birchill Sushi on the River Bank fossilized brown marble | 16" l x 10" h x 6" d
Marlys Boddy, NSS: Testing the Water Ceramic | 17.5" x 7" x 7"
Mary Buckman, NSS: Winston Churchill Bronze | 16" x 7" x 4"
George Bumann, NSS: Going Places Bronze | 14.25" x 4.25" x 7.25"
Ernest Caballero, NSS: Voyage Bronze | 27.5" x 15" x 6.75"
Steve Carpenter, NSS: The Sandman Bronze | 14" x 10" x 4"
Kevin Chambers, NSS: Poise Bronze | 72" x 20" x15"
Susie Chisholm, NSS: Just Chillin’ Bronze | 18" x 5" x 5"
Angela Mia De la Vega, NSS: Vigor Bronze | 21" tall
Martin Gates, NSS: Moon Chaser Alabaster | 12" x 21" x 13"
Michael Aaron Hall, NSS: The Oracle Bronze | 40" x 31" x 13"
Timothy Hooton, NSS: Thop, thop, thop… Cast Iron & Oak | 19" x 13.5" x 5.5"
Alexa King, NSS: Circle to Start Bronze | 27" x 16" x 12"
Nick Lamb, NSS: Old Man of the Woods Pink Ivory Wood & Alabaster | 1.8" x 1.8" x 1.5"
Jerry Luisi, NSS: Samantha Evolving Resin for Bronze | 24" x 8" x 12"
Elizabeth MacQueen, NSS: Spiradula Fountain Glass Mosaic Shards & Stainless Steel | 27' x 18' x 8'
Adam Matano, NSS: Odyssey Bronze/Steel | 9" x 7" x 6"
Yasumitsu Morito, NSS: Untitled (Mother and Child on Cloud) Glazed Ceramic | 16" x 36" x 10"
Ken Newman, NSS: Pure Freedom Bronze | 20" x 20" x 6"
Olga Nielsen, NSS: Time Traveler Cast Stone | 17" x 22"
Pokey Park, NSS: Ballet Dancer Bronze | 13" x 13" x 8"
Alicia Ponzio, NSS: The Seeker Bronze | 54" x 32" x 13"
Stephanie Revennaugh, NSS: Presence (Mo & Benson) Bronze | 23" x 30" x 8"
David Richardson, NSS: Cactus Wren Bronze | 10" x 8" x 5.25"
Scott Rogers, NSS: Football, Circa 1890 Bronze | 7'6" x 11'6" x 4'
Stefan Savides, NSS: Tres Pescadores Bronze | 6" x 23" x 8"
Pati Stajcar, NSS: Jim Crow Bronze on Granite | 22" x 15" x 12"
Bill Starke, NSS: The Climbers at UCHealth Cast & Patinated Aluminum | Half-size figures
James Stewart, NSS: Salvador Bronze | 36" x 18" x 42"
Suzanne Storer, NSS: Extremities Ceramic with Acrylic Washes | 25" x 21" x 6"
Ryoichi Suzuki, NSS: Bull in the Cloud Marble | 10" x 6" x 4"
Kristine Taylor, NSS: Free Spirit Bronze | 16" x 5" x 19"
LeRoy Transfield, NSS: Hawaiian Bamboo Hula Dancers Clay for Bronze | 8" x 12"
Jiannan Wu, NSS: Graduation Acrylic on Resin, Wood | 10" x 10" x 1.75"
Belgin Yucelen, NSS: Yesterday Bronze & Stainless Steel | 17" x 6" x 6"

On Monday, June 1, Recent Works by Elected Sculptor Members opened online at National Sculpture Society’s website.

While many galleries, museums and art festivals are closed to the public due to the global pandemic, NSS is pleased to showcase exhibitions to a world-wide audience on its website. For this show, Elected Sculptor Members responded with pieces in the round and in relief, bronzes fresh-from-the foundry and designs for sculptures yet to be realized. The recent works are reflective of what inspires NSS artists to create and what motivates them to return to their studio day after day. Highlights include a 25-foot long octopus mosaic, a plump marble bull, a digital drawing for a Covid-19 Memorial, and hula dancers undulating in rhythmic dance. The dozens of figurative and animal sculptures on display represent the diverse styles, backgrounds and disciplines of NSS Elected Sculptor Members.

Elected Sculptor Members in the show include Douglas Aja, Richard Barnet, Richard Becker, Jeff Birchill, Marlys Boddy, Mary Buckman, George Bumann, Ernest Caballero, Steve Carpenter, Kevin Chambers, Susie Chisholm, Angela De la Vega, Martin Gates, Michael Aaron Hall, Timothy Hooton, Alexa King, Nick Lamb, Jerry Luisi, Elizabeth MacQueen, Adam Matano, Yasumitsu Morito, Ken Newman, Olga Nielsen, Pokey Park, Alicia Ponzio, Stephanie Revennaugh, David Richardson, Scott Rogers, Stefan Savides, Pati Stajcar, Bill Starke, James Stewart, Suzanne Storer, Ryochi Suzuki, Kristine Taylor, LeRoy Transfield, Jiannan Wu, and Belgin Yucelen

National Sculpture Society was founded in New York City in 1893 by a group of America’s most prominent sculptors. Its members have created much of this country’s public sculpture, coins, and medals since the late 1800s. It is the oldest organization of professional sculptors in the United States and has been hosting exhibitions for over a century. Fellows (FNSS), Elected Sculptor Members (NSS), and Associates designate the types of sculptor membership in the organization, which is international in scope and appeal. National Sculpture Society is dedicated to promoting excellence in sculpture that is inspired by nature.

Recent Works by Elected Sculptor Members is on view on the National Sculpture website and then will remain in archives for easy access. Questions? Contact Patricia Delahanty at National Sculpture Society at or (212) 764-5645 ext. 103