wff-logo topmenu2015

Sculpture Galleries

CCM2011 Sculpture 6Exhibit Hours: Friday & Saturday 10:00am – 5:00pm

Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm 

Locations: Art at the Armory, Art at the Avalon and Art and the Pavilion

Sculpture is presented in variety of forms ranging from exquisite miniatures to dramatic life size renditions of wildlife subjects. Created by artists from across the country, the sculptures are of bronze, steel, clay, stone and other expressive three-dimensional media. Sculptors enjoy interacting with visitors and look forward to the opportunity to discuss their work.

NEW FOR 2014! The Festival is mixing mediums this year and will blend painters and sculptors across three downtown galleries: Art at the Armory, Art at the Pavilion, and Art at the Avalon! All of the painters are listed below, but their locations are indicated with the following symbols:

+ = The Armory

* = Art at the Pavilion (located on South Harrison Street, directly across from the Armory)

^ = Art at the Avalon (located in the historic Avalon Theatre at the corner of South Harrison and Dover Streets)

Sculpture Galleries Exhibitors 

Fred Boyer – Anaconda, MT*

William (Bill) Casto – Williamsburg, VA+

William Hemsley - Centreville, MD*DSC 0075

Ott Jones - Bozman, MT+

Ken Newman – Cambridge, ID*

Scott Penegar – Charleston, SC*

David Petlowany – North Olmsted, OH+

William Piller – Mendota, IL*

Don Rambadt – Trevor, WI*

Paul Rhymer – Point of Rocks, MD*

Karla Runquist - Macomb, IL+

Pati Stajcar – Golden, CO*

Eric Tardif - Gatineau, Quebec, Canada*

John Tolmay - Franklin, NC^

David Turner – Onley, VA*

Stewart & Steven Wegner - Fredericksburg, VA*

Ronnie Wells - Salado, TX^