Ken Newman

Hometown: Cambridge Idaho

Idaho sculptor Ken Newman was born on the north coast of California, where he connected to nature while roaming the redwoods and free diving in the ocean. Ken’s natural ability to create sculptures from unique raw forms of wood has garnered national recognition and sculpture awards across the US and has led him into bronze sculptures in both the wildlife and figurative genres. In 2014, as featured artist of the Waterfowl Festival, he created Confluence of Blue, an art narrative expressing his observations of the Eastern Shore communities coming together for the preservation of the greater good.

Image 1
Confluence of Blue – Herons
Medium: Bronze
Dimensions: 54x32x36

Image 2
Mischief and Plunder – Magpies
66x33x25

Image 3
A Dog for All Season – English/British Lab
52x23x23