Mark Jaeger

Mark Jaeger is a Figurative Sculpture, Contemporary Tribal Masks clay artist his subjects her subjects are heads. Inspirations include Wayne Thiebaud, Robert Arneson, Robert Crumb, Tribal Masks, Superheroes. Education: BA, the University of California at Davis Biography: Mark Jaeger is a bay area fine artist working primarily in clay. Mark was born and raised in…

Jeanne’ McCartin

Jeanne’ McCartin is a sculptor and mask maker she uses mache, encaustic, acrylic to create one-of-a-kind masks. My work is reflective of my interest in humans: the paths we take, the faces we wear, and the connection between the two. But, it is created out of a need to communicate. Many of my pieces are…

Jeffery Briggs

Jeffery Briggs is Art Nouveau style Sculptor working in bronze and wood. Jeff Briggs received his B.A. from Tufts and his Diploma from the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts in 1969. His work has been featured in numerous national publications including Yankee Magazine, “Woodworking – The New Wave” by Donna Meilach, Fine Woodworking Books…

Lindley Briggs

Lindley Briggs is a Stylized Realism, Contemporary sculptor working with Cast Bronze, Aluminum and Mixed Media (Plaster, Fiberglass Resin and Apoxie®). her subjects include Whimsical Winged Creatures and Nudes. Inspirations include the beauty of natural forms – shells, stones, branches, wings and the fanciful imagery from classical mythology. The art of Rene Magritte, Paul Manship and the sculpture of…

Steven Carpenter

Steven Carpenter is a  fine art sculptor who uses muscular grace as he characterizes the human figure and form casting in bronze or plaster. Originally from Northern Illinois, Steven Alden Carpenter has lived in York, Maine for 15 years. He came to art at an early age. First beginning in the graphic arts, and free-lance…

Christopher Gowell

Christopher Gowell is Classical Contemporary Figurative Sculptor she works with clay and cast in bronze, silver, cement, Forton and iron in the Baroque style. Inspirations include Greek classical bronzes, Magic Tale Illustrators, Rodin. Inspirations: Greek classical bronzes, Magic Tale Illustrators, Rodin Notable Exhibitions:  The Smithsonian “American Art Medal”. One person shows at Franconia College and Chapel Art…

Ernesto Montenegro

Ernesto Montenegro his work spans a myriad of styles from realistic to abstract, from intricate relief to monumental bronzes. Inspirations include Benvenito Cellini I remember the summer my parents rented a cottage on Cape Cod, and I read the biography of Benvenito Cellini. It was then that I decided I wanted to become a sculptor. Two…