The Beginnings of Bronze Sculpting

Made of 90 percent copper and 10 percent tin, bronze is stronger than pure copper and stays liquid longer when filling a mold. Prevalent throughout the Mediterranean basin, copper was mined on the island of Cyprus by ancient Greeks and Romans. Ancient cultures including Greece, Rome, Egypt and China all created sculptures of bronze using… Continue Reading

My Story

My Story

From a young age, I have always enjoyed creating art, but it wasn’t until a 3D sculpting class that I found my preferred medium. It was here that I met a friend who encouraged me to continue sculpting, and Bronze Montana began. We have been working together to produce my bronze sculptures since 1998. Over… Continue Reading

What’s new with Mary

I was hired by Montana Silversmiths to do some of their sculpting and be an artist consultant. It’s working out good and I’m able to continue my own work and shows. I am a new member of Western Artists of America, going to the show in Corsicana, Texas March 29-30, 2012 at the Pearce Museum.… Continue Reading