sculpture Archive

Unbending Michael Price’s Single-Wire Sculptures

“After a while, all of the bends start to make sense as the final product grows nearer to being finished.” Read more →

Sculptor Caprica Peniza’s “The Last Woman”

The Last Woman is not only the first piece Caprica ever entered at The Art League. At one time, it was the last piece of her artwork she had. Read more →

Kathlyn Avila’s Extraordinary Women

“Iʼve always been fascinated with women who have exceptional knowledge and talents, whether it be a seamstress, a singer, or a grandmother.” Read more →

Personality and Mystery: Hal Adkins’ Persephone

“Painting became the most exciting and satisfying thing I had ever undertaken, and I began thinking of myself as an artist.” Read more →

“Just People Making Things” in Our Newest Sculpture Class

With the right approach, anything can be an art material. Read more →

Escape with These ’Scapes

Two of our most popular exhibits celebrate place and space — landscapes and sculptures — and they come each year during a time when we're all looking for a little escape. Read more →