John Unger

Sculptural Firebowls — what I’m known for The power of fire and the strength of steel fused in elemental elegance to create sculptural fine art reborn from the ashes of industry. I make sculpture from scrap industrial steel, cutting by hand with a plasma torch at 45,000° Farenheit. That’s 4.5 times as hot as the […]

Dale Rogers

I am a full time metal sculptor from Massachusetts. I design both large-scale sculptures for individual installation with private collectors and temporary public exhibits full of multiple pieces. My love for art lies in abstract geometrics, and much of my body of work encompasses the clean simple properties of that style. Over the years, I […]

Jeffrey W. Olson

Jeff is an accomplished artist and Egg Harbor, Wisconsin resident.  He has artwork in private and corporate collections throughout the United States an in four foreign countries. “I have taught art for thirty-five years at all levels, from elementary to a university graduate painting course. I have three large limestone sculptures in Door County and […]

James G. Moore

James has been working professionally in bronze for over 20 years. After pursuing a 15 year career as a middle and high school art teacher, Jim decided to make the leap of faith and make his sideline passion for sculpting into his full time career. The last several years as a full time sculptor have been […]

Jesse Meyer

I’m a Wisconsinite, grew up in Waupun and I am now living in Milwaukee. Shortly after attending the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design “MIAD” at the age of 22 I co-founded a design-build company called Flux Design. We focused on interior elements of all kinds and incorporated our own unique sculptural esthetic into all […]

Jim Johnson

An advertising photographer for 35 years, with 20 of those years in his own studio, Johnson retired in 1996. Through the years, he has worked in wood sculpture and since retiring, he has added stone to the medium he is using. His current work is in limestone, featuring frogs, birds, cats and other animals, which […]

William Jauquet

Obsessed with line and style, boldly executed, William Jauquet’s work demonstrates power and strength, yet is elegant and sophisticated. Jauquet’s attention to detail and fine craftsmanship results in distinctive works of art, worthy of collecting. Jauquet, who started woodcarving in 1978, had his first bronze cast in 1985. Jauquet has gained worldwide acclaim for his […]

Dennis Heimbach

In his wonderful biography on Picasso, Norman Mailer stated that he (Picasso) has a unique gift in his ability to produce a painting with “three-dimensional expression.” This same effect can be found in the work of Dennis Heimbach. As a sculptor, he has poured his expression and expertise into an amalgam of style. This devotion […]

Steven Haas

I became seriously interested in art in the tenth grade.  As a high school senior my class was assigned a mobile project with Alexander Calder as our reference.  I discovered what has become a lifelong passion.  In the mid ’80s I acquired the tools to make other tools that allowed me to develop a new […]

Sculpture by Francis Metal Works

Inspired by the world’s greatest water bird sanctuaries, these majestic sculptures, handcrafted from iron and Minnesota fieldstone offer timeless reflection of nature’s finest works, adding a touch of serenity to any environment.  Each spring, Minnesota farmers discover the earth has once again given birth to stones of every imaginable shape and size. Which appear to […]