Lorri Acott-Fowler (1961) is a former high school art teacher and her sculptures are represented in nine galleries around the US. Lorri sculpts long legged figures and horses that reflect intimate and yet universal moments in our lives: a feeling, an interaction, a realization. Simplified and often without details of faces or clothing, they rely on our innate understanding of the human gesture to inform us.
Lorri’s move into public art includes installing sculptures in private collections and public locations around the United States. Public art projects include The Women with Wings Project which brought together over 400 women with their own unique stories of inspiration in Colorado and another 150 in Columbia Missouri. Other Public Art Commissions include a 12 foot tall “Peace” for Hospice in Evergreen, CO, and several pieces placed in sculpture walks and gardens throughout the country.
Adam Schultz was born in Detroit, MI, in 1966. His bronze and stone sculptures have been placed all over America, including such noteworthy locations as Arlington National Cemetery, and in collections of people like Tommy Dorsey.
For the last 20 years, Adam has been living and sculpting in Colorado. He has been commissioned to sculpt animals, portraits, memorials, and monuments for both private and corporate collections. The latest of these being a 20′ tall bronze and stainless steel sculpture of an eagle for the new police station in Parker, Co.
Adam’s body of work ranges from miniature to monumental, and currently includes his latest collection of bronze sculptures, the Goddess Series, a celebratory expression of ‘delightfully abundant’ figurative nudes.