Western Artist, Lincoln Fox, Bronze Sculpture titled, "Wind Song"-Large Fountain Monument, Special Order, Limited Edition of 35, #C1677
Western Artist, Lincoln Fox, Bronze Sculpture titled, "Wind Song" Fountain Monument", Special Order, Limited Edition of 35, # C1677
Description: Western Artist, Lincoln Fox, Bronze Sculpture titled, "Wind Song" Fountain Monument". Special Order, Limited Edition of 35, # C1677
Dimensions: 38" x 44" x 56", 260 Pounds
Special and Cast to Order. Orders require 50% of the sales price as down payment and the remainder two weeks before the foundry is ready to ship the piece. Pieces are normally ready to ship in 4-6 months of the initial order. Pieces are cast/produced at the Adonis Bronze, located in Alpine, Utah.
I asked Lincoln about the genesis of this great piece. Here is his response:
"There can be beauty, elegance, and magic in the simplest of acts".
"Once seen from a larger perspective, the common task of gathering water is an act of love and sharing".
"Anyone can do what must be done, but some choose to add to their action the seeing of beauty and the joy of living fully in the present moment".
"These souls add what can only be described as ‘magic’ to their lives, while awakening something deep within every one they touch".
Biography of Lincoln Fox: After living in New Mexico for over twenty years, Lincoln and his wife, Rachelle, moved to the Western Slope of Colorado in 1990. Orchards, vineyards and ranches surround his studio, in a valley of snow-capped mountains. The area's beauty and tranquility provide inspiration for his creativity.
Lincoln holds two master's degrees, and continues private studies in Europe, the Mediterranean, the Mid-East, and Africa.
He has been honored with one-man shows at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., the Kennedy Galleries in New York City, and many museums and galleries across the nation. Lincoln has been a member of the National Sculpture Society in New York since 1982.
Some of his sculpture commissions include a 17' piece for the Albuquerque International Airport; an 18' piece for the Fine Arts Museum of Albuquerque; a 23' piece for a university in Texas; and a 14' piece near Montgomery, Alabama, dedicated by President George Bush.
The Global Family Tree of Life, sanctioned by the United Nations (U.N.E.P.), is four stories tall. The Japanese prefecture of Aishi commissioned a 32-foot study, cast in metal-reinforced F.R.P. to be shown at their international park festival, held in Nagoya, Japan. Lincoln's powerful modeling reveals the "breath of life" in his work.
SELECTED SHOWS, JURIED EXHIBITIONS AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
• Mid-America I Exhibition, Kansas City, Missouri (Sculpture Award)
• International Art & Craft Exhibition, McAllen, Texas (Sculpture Award)
• 60th Annual National Competition of American Art, Jackson, Mississippi (Purchase Award)
• Southwest Fine Arts Biennial, Museum of New Mexico (Juror Award)
• First Contemporary International Exhibition, Chico, California
• Museum of Fine Arts, Riverside, California
• National Rendezvous of Western Art, Helena, Montana
• The West Returns to Grand Central, Grand Central Gallery, New York, New York
• National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center, Solon Borglum Memorial Sculpture Exhibition (Bronze Medal)
• One-Man Show - Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (Two months, 46 pieces shown)
• One-Man Show – O'Brien's Art Emporium, Scottsdale, Arizona
• One-Man Show – Kennedy Galleries, New York, New York
• One-Man Show – Fine Arts Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico
• One-Man Show – El Paso Fine Arts Museum, El Paso, Texas
• New Mexico in Toronto, Linda Durham Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
• Oklahoma Fine Arts Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
• National Academy of Western Art, National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
• Western Heritage Sale and Auction Show, Houston, Texas
• National Sculpture Society's Annual Exhibitions, New York, New York (Misner award, 1982; Bedi-Makky Prize, 1985)
• National Western Artists Annual Exhibitions, Lubbock, Texas (Silver Medal, 1984; Gold Medal, 1985)
• Grand National Exhibition, American Artists Professional League, New York, New York, (Medal of Honor)
• Member National Sculpture Society since 1982 (Advanced to "Fellow" 1990)
• National Western Artists Exhibitions
• Texas Cowboy Artists (Gold Medal, 1986; House Foundry Award, 1986)
• Listed in "Who's Who in American Art"
• Listed in "Men of Achievement", International Biographical Center, Cambridge, England
• Independent Study in Western Europe, Africa, Mediterranean and Mid-East
• Commission – "Before the Second Coming", 16'x15' relief (cold cast bronze), Ruidoso, New Mexico
• Commission – "Star Shooter", Franklin Mint, Franklin Center, Pennsylvania
• Commission – "Dream of Fight", 17' monument, Albuquerque International Airport, Albuquerque, New Mexico
• Commission – "The Shepherd", 18' monument, Albuquerque Fine Arts Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico
• Commission – "In the Cool of the Day", 9' bronze, San Angelo, Texas
• Commission – "The Aspen Grove", 11' double arched doors of bronze, etched glass and hammered copper, Aspen, Colorado
• Commission – "Strength of One", 14' bronze fountain, near Montgomery, Alabama
• Commission – "Global Family Tree of Life", 32' monument. Sanctioned by U.N.E.P. Funded by Aishi prefecture, Japan. First displayed in Nagoya Japan's International Park Festival
• Commission – "The Quest", 23' monument, Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas
• Commission – "Pioneer Woman", 12' monument for D.A.R. (Daughters of the American Revolution), Grand Junction, Colorado