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Voyager II & Sea Diver 


Kirk McGuire

Life time  Member

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Kirk McGuire's Wildlife Bronze Sculptures come from his born in Artistic talent that backs this Naturalist Sculptures .Born and raised in the Sierra Foothills "Gold Country" of Placerville ,Ca. McGuire he was to hunt and study everything around him his back yard was National forest this spawned his love of Nature. From the age of four he showed a artistic nature later McGuire moved to the rugged Monterey Coast, this inspired his large line of Bronze Marine life Sculptures. Kirk McGuire is capable of Mammals as well and commissions.


The Yellow Scarf

Tom Moss

Life time  Member
Web Site       U.S.A


Tom has been seriously sculpting since 1971. When the time spent at his "day job" as Vice President of an oil drilling company began to cut into the time he spent creating his art, he quit the oil business and decided to devote himself full-time to sculpting and painting. Much of Tom's inspiration comes from the works of such writers and artists as Will James, J. Frank Dobie and George Phippen. Tom is greatly respected by his many collectors for his realistic and authentic depictions of his subjects, which are sculpted to preserve the legacy of the old West and to depict the beauty of nature. After owning a small Arabian horse farm just north of Houston, Tom and his wife, Gail, moved to Taos, New Mexico for three years. They currently make their home in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, along with their three dachshunds and a tabby cat.

Tom's sculptures and paintings can be found in collections throughout the United States and as far away as the Far East and Europe. Collectors include successful people from many walks of life, including actors, governors, and legendary oilmen. Tom's artwork is normally purchased by his collectors for their personal enjoyment, however, certain pieces have been resold on the secondary market for as much as seven times their original purchase price.


Resin & Oil, 62” x 38” x 16



Carole A. Feuerman
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Carole Feuerman is acknowledged as one of America’s major realist sculptors. Her work is included in the collections of the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey, President Bill Clinton, Senator Hillary Clinton, Dr. Henry Kissinger, President Mikhail Gorbachev, the Forbes Magazine Collection, and many others. Feuerman's selected honors include: First Prize in the 2008 Beijing Biennale, the Peabody Award, the Betty Parson Sculpture Award, and the Medici Award.

Feuerman had her first comprehensive retrospective, called "From Studio to Foundry: Three Decades of Sculpture," at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art in 2000 (catalogue essays by critics John Yau and Donald Kuspit). In 2004, she exhibited in "An American Odyssey 1945-1980" with the most prominent American artists of the post-WWII era. In the following year she presented two workshops at the Metropolitan Museum of Art working specifically with inner city youths. In 2006, her "painting with fire" sculpture "Zeus and Hera," was installed in the permanent collection of the prestigious "Grounds for Sculpture" in Hamilton, New Jersey.

In 2007 Feuerman’s work saw three new exhibitions: a one person entitled "By the Sea," curated by John T. Spike, which opened at the Pavilion Paradiso as part of the 2007 Venice Biennale; another solo exhibition, "Lust & Desire," at Art-St-Urban in Switzerland, curated by Gertrud Aeschlimann (catalogue essays by Stephen C. Foster and Peter Frank); and third, OPEN 10, an international sculpture exhibition again held in Venice, sponsored by Arte Communications and curated by Paolo de Grandis. In June 2008, the Moretti Galleria d’Arte in Florence featured "La Scultura Incontra la Realtá," which marked the first solo exhibition for a contemporary artist in the renowned gallery’s history. The 30 piece collection was accompanied by a film presentation. Moretti Fine Art, London also had an exposition of Feuerman’s work in spring of 2008. Feuerman’s monumental sculpture, "Olympic Swimmer," will be featured in the Olympic Fine Arts exhibition at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics. Following the close of the 2008 games, it will travel with the Olympic art exhibition until 2010 when it will be permanently installed in the Forbidden City in Beijing.

Currently, Feuerman is working on a commission by Seward Johnson and the Atlantic Foundation for permanent installation in their outdoor sculpture garden. The work, a painted, bronze realist sculpture of a woman in a shower that will incorporate real running water, can be seen year round. Feuerman will have a 50 piece retrospective at the Amarillo Art Museum in Texas, curated by Graziella Marchicelli, on display from November 2008 through January 2009. In April and May of 2009, she returns to Florence for her third major retrospective at Forte Belvedere. The show will include 100 works created over 30 years, including 10 "monumental" pieces specifically created for this event. During 2009, "Gloria," one of Feuerman’s earliest paintings, will be part of a traveling group exhibition entitled "Psychedelic - Optical Visionary Art since the 60's," curated by David S. Rubin of the Brown Foundation. This exhibit will begin at the San Antonio Museum of Art, followed by a US tour. In 2010 she will have another traveling show—a one person exhibition originating at the El Paso Museum of Art in Texas, curated by Michael Tomor.

Feuerman has been featured in "A History of Western Art," Harry Abrams’ latest coffee-table book, written by Antony Mason and John T. Spike. This compilation covers the history of artistic expression spanning from early cave paintings and Leonardo da Vinci, to modern masters Andy Warhol and Pablo Picasso. Feuerman’s "Grande Catalina" is featured in the section, New Media: New Directions.

Feuerman’s work is represented as follows: Jim Kempner Gallery in New York City; Stephen Foster Fine Arts in New London, Connecticut; Scott Richards Contemporary Art in San Francisco, Moretti Galleria d’Arte in Florence, London and New York City; Asian Art Connections and the Gotham Gallery in Asia and New York City; and Art-St-Urban in Switzerland.

She currently resides in Manhattan and maintains studios in New York City and Florence.

By Stephen C. Foster

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