Andrew F. Scott is Associate Professor of Art and Technology at the University of Texas at Dallas where he currently resides. Throughout his career he has been a pioneer of traditional studio art practice intersecting with digital and technological design techniques. Scott utilizes laser cutters, CNC mills, 3D printers, and scanning technologies and has consulted…

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Robbie Barber is one of two local artists that were selected from the national call for proposals to create artworks for the Waco Sculpture Zoo. He is Associate Professor of Sculpture at Baylor University, and has lived in Waco for nearly 20 years. Originally from North Carolina, Barber has studied and taught in Arizona, Italy,…

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Meg White hails from New Albany, Indiana and is a completely self taught sculptor who discovered the process through paper sculpture. White is principally a stone carver who creates large to monumental works in Indiana Limestone. Her work is inspired by the written word whether work she feels compelled to create or work that is…

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As the child of two artists, the artistic talent of Douwe Blumberg was discovered very early on. He was born in Los Angeles, then spent a lot of time as a child in Europe where he was exposed to western artistic traditions. He attended the prestigious Idyllwild School of Arts and Music and then the…

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Tom Tischler had an obsession with wildlife as a child and later as an adult he gained useful knowledge of taxonomy and anatomy in Switzerland at the Zoological Museum of Zurich, Swiss Foundation of Alpine Research and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature in Switzerland. He then spent 4 years working in Africa…

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Tucson, Arizona artist, Trevor O’Tool, is motivated by a love of traditional media and fabrication techniques, including wood carving and the lost wax casting technique in bronze. Wise Elephant is his first monumental bronze sculpture. He loves using analogy and humor in his artwork, as a way to engage and encourage interaction.

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Kent Ullberg is recognized as one of the world’s foremost wildlife sculptors. He studied at the Swedish University College of Art in Stockholm and worked at museums in Germany, the Netherlands, France, Africa and Denver, Colorado. After living in Botswana, Africa, for seven years he has made his home permanently in the United States where…

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Artists Solomon Bassoff and Domenica Mottarella work together in sculpted, pigmented concrete which they sculpt by hand like clay. They then add steel, tile mosaic, glass and other materials to create unique and whimsical animal characters that are designed to invite exploration and curiosity. They like to convey animals’ emotional characteristics to create a connection…

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Dan D. Brook is a Muscogee-Creek Native American artist and was born in the Creek nation of Oklahoma. He draws much of his inspiration from his culture which provides him with a rich tapestry of images, customs, and history. Growing up in ranch life, he often found himself sketching during his time of isolation. When…

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Waco artist Bryant J. Stanton got his start in stained glass in the late 1970s making suncatchers. After a year, he started his own company at the age of 21 called Stanton Glass Studio. Bryant’s first commercial job came from restoring stained glass windows from a church that was damaged by a fire. Stanton’s studio…

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