Bowersock Gallery Sculptors

Crystal Morey

is a Contemporary Sculptor that creates ceramic anthropomorphic figures, showing the relationship between humans and our natural world.


David Random

Creates fantasy sculptures using reclaimed antique, vintage mechanical, and architectural parts.

Trent Manning

Contemporary mixed media toy like figurative sculpture often mismatching qualities
of childlike whimsy and dark humor. Inspirations include Alexander Calder, Robert Williams, Jim Henson

Jeffery Briggs

A sculptor casting in bronze or Forton MG,  creating cast reliefs which explore his thoughts about man's complex and paradozical relationship to animals. Featured in Yankee Magazine, "Woodworking-The New Wave."

Susan Anderson

"A Contemporary Art Nouveau sculptor working in stoneware and  porcelain. Creating stylized spirals of flora and fauna sculpted vases. "


Jeanne' McCartin

A sculptor / mask maker, using mache, encaustic, acrylic to create on-of-a-kind masks. A graduate from Vesper George School of Art, Boston,  MA.

Christopher Gowell

Classical Contemporary, Baroque Greek classical bronzes, Magic Tale Illustrators, Rodin.

Jane Kaufmann

A fine art ceramic sculpture which is clay, raku fired. Work includes orbs, story pieces, finger puppets, and figures.


Lindley Briggs

Is a stylized realism, contemporary artist working in bronze, resin and forton. Creating nude figures which are whimsical and seldom realistic.

Steven Carpenter

A fine art sculptor who uses muscular grace as he characterizes the human figure and or form. Casting in bronze or plaster.