Wednesday, 29 January 2014

#500 Museum Shows: The Autry, con't . . . "Pigmalion"

"The Masters of Western Art is recognized as the premier Western art exhibition and sale in the country," 
said John Geraghty, Autry Museum Trustee and Special Advisor to Masters.  "It has become the benchmark for 
each of the other major art events and has brought the nation's most prominent artists and supporters to the Autry.  
Our artists have provided an exceptional presentation of paintings and sculptures for the 2014 Masters.  In their capable hands, we can rest assured that the Western art genre remains strong and will thrive for many generations to come."

For more information start with post #498, Jan. 22 and go to

Shown below, is another new work for my 2014 shows.
Pigmalion (18"H 18"W 11"D) will be introduced at the Autry Museum's Masters of the American West Show.

Blog, text, photos, drawings, and sculpture . . . © Sandy Scott and Trish Smith

1 comment:

  1. Hi Sandy, It's Elizabeth from Australia. I've been working hard on my wax pieces, soon to be bronze. As I have already told you I'm in the very early stages. I live in country Australia, we call it regional area when its not near a city, and I'm feeling my way as I don't know anyone that has done bronze in my area. I hope this isn't improper to ask, and I apologize if it is, as I'm working on a larger piece (foot long) I'm finding the wax a lot more work creating a basic form and smoothing it out, question, what sort of clay do you use? I'm determined to push through, I'm sure it will all come together in the end. I may lack some technical details as to how to but enthusiasm keeps me persisting. Kind regards Elizabeth