Featured Sculptors

Steven’s Art Foundry works with sculptors with a wide range of talent and subject matter. Although the majority of the sculptors we cast for are recognized either nationally or regionally, we also work with sculptors who are casting their first piece. After all, every notable artist was originally a beginner too.

Below are just a few of the talented sculptors who have chosen Steven’s  Art Foundry to cast their work.

Don Hunt:

Don Hunt started out as a rancher, but left the family business to follow his passion for sculpture and embrace a career as a full-time bronze sculptor. His contributions to public art include The Texas Ranger Monument in Waco, Texas, and his larger than life-size tribute to Corey Lidle in West Covina, California. Read more and view Hunt’s work

Jerry McKenna:

Jerry McKenna, 73, began dabbling in bronze statues when he was 42. Ten years later, after retiring from the Air Force he decided to “go pro” and pursue a career as a full-time sculptor. Today, the prolific artist has placed statues and monuments throughout America and the rest of the world. Read More and view McKenna’s work

Paul Tadlock:

Paul Tadlock resigned as Executive Vice-President of a corporation in 1973 to pursue a career as a full-time artist. Over the past forty years, he has sculpted over 160 different subjects including a vast array of wildlife and human figures. Read more and view Tadlock’s work

Marianne Caroselli

Armando Hinojosa:

Armando Hinojosa lives in his hometown of Laredo near one of the first Spanish settlements in Texas. He is a renowned sculptor and painter, whose work appears in the collections of President Richard Nixon, and former Texas Governors William Clements, Dolph Briscoe, and Allen Shivers. Read more and view Hinojosa’s work

Erik Christianson

Erik Christianson is one of the Texas Hill Country’s hidden treasures Stevens Art Foundry has had a long relationship with. Read more and view Christianson’s work.

Rob Logan

Rob Logan has been drawing and painting most of his life.  Early in his career, he painted mostly birds.  Then in 1973, he visited an exhibit of Harry Jackson’s Sculpture at the Art Museum of South Texas.  He was inspired to turn to sculpture to present a more realistic representation of his subjects. Read more and view Logan’s work.

Doug Roper

 

Armando Hinojosa

Armando Hinojosa

Armando Hinojosa lives in his hometown of Laredo near one of the first Spanish settlements in Texas. He is a renowned sculptor and painter, whose work appears in the collections of President Richard Nixon, and former Texas Governors William Clements, Dolph Briscoe, and Allen Shivers. The Texas Legislature recognized Hinojosa’s talent and contribution to the …

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Portrait of sculptor Don hunt

Don Hunt

Don Hunt started out as a rancher, but left the family business to follow his passion for sculpture and embrace a career as a full-time bronze sculptor. His contributions to public art include The Texas Ranger Monument in Waco, Texas, and his larger than life-size tribute to Corey Lidle in West Covina, California. Hunt was …

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Erik Christianson

Erik Christianson

Erik Christianson’s talent shines in his latest work, a life-size rendition of Wild Bill Hickok, but his talent was evident in much of his earlier work too. Steven’s Art Foundry has cast all of Erik’s work and we have a long relationship with this gifted sculptor as he used to work here at the foundry …

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Jerry McKenna

Jerry McKenna, 73, began dabbling in bronze statues when he was 42. Ten years later, after retiring from the Air Force, he decided to “go pro” and pursue a career as a full-time sculptor. Today, the prolific artist has placed statues and monuments throughout America and the rest of the world. Twenty-eight of his sculptures …

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Paul Tadlock

Paul Tadlock resigned as Executive Vice-President of a corporation in 1973 to pursue a career as a full-time artist. Over the past forty years, he has sculpted over 160 different subjects including a vast array of wildlife and human figures. Tadlock is recognized as one of America’s leading sculptors, and his work is featured in …

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Bronze Sculpture "Released" by Rob Logan

Rob Logan

Rob Logan has been drawing and painting most of his life.  Early in his career, he painted mostly birds.  Then in 1973, he visited an exhibit of Harry Jackson’s Sculpture at the Art Museum of South Texas.  He was inspired to turn to sculpture to present a more realistic representation of his subjects.  He has …

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