The Sculptors

Lorri Acott

Lorri Acott

Lorri Acott (1961) is an American woman sculptor whose sculptures are represented in multiple 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.

Some of Lorri’s recent installations include:

  • 12 foot tall “Peace” for Hospice in Evergreen, Colorado.
  • 12 foot tall “Peace” for Downtown Little Rock, Arkansas
  • 12 foot tall “Peace” for a sculpture park in Broomfield, Colorado.
  • The `11 foot “Conversation with Myself”  is placed at the Museum of Discovery in Fort Collins, Colorado.
  • “Who Rescued Who” installed a Bonz dog park in Fort Worth Tecas

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Adam Schultz

Adam Schultz

Adam Schultz was born in Detroit, MI, in 1966. His bronze, stainless steel and aluminum sculptures have been placed all over America.  Noteworthy locations include Arlington National Cemetery, and Benson Sculpture Park in Loveland, Colorado.

For the last 25 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.

Some of Adam’s recent installations include:

  • “Flying together” is a 22′ tall bronze and stainless steel sculpture of two  eagles  for the city of Southlake, Texas.
  •  “Flight”  is 20 ft Fabricated aluminum sculpture installed at a high end residential housing complex in Los Angeles
  •  “Soaring Above” is a  a kinetic sculpture of a Red Tail Hawk installed in Calabasas, California.
  • “Magic Fish” installed in Benson Sculpture Park in Loveland, Colorado

Adam’s body of work ranges from miniature to monumental.  It  includes his latest collection of bronze sculptures, the Goddess Series, a celebratory expression of ‘delightfully abundant’ figurative nudes.

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