Artists & Sculptures

 

Site Numbers Correspond to the Exhibition Map

Please note the site number of each sculpture and find the corresponding number on the exhibition map to locate it in Rosemary Beach.

Learn More

Download the free ‘Otocast’ smartphone app for an audio tour of the exhibition featuring most of the artists themselves. Once you download and open the app, find Rosemary Beach, FL where you can select the sculptures you want to learn more about. App is available from the Apple Store or Google play.

Want to buy a sculpture?

With the exception of Colors of My Mind by George Rodrigue, all of the sculptures in the exhibition are available for sale at the closing of the show. Prices appear below. For information on how to purchase, please contact Tom Kramer at tkramer@uwf.edu.

 

 

1. Gregory Johnson  Cummings, GA Votive I.jpg

Site 1- Votive

Gregory Johnson, b. 1955

Cumming, Georgia

Votive, 2015

Stainless steel

60”x 36”x 24”   

$15,750                                                        

“Soft elegant arcs that emulate a waterfall of wave, that inspires relaxation. “

2. George Rodrigue Colors of My Mind.jpg

Site 2

 

George Rodrigue b. 1944 d. 2013                 

Colors of My Mind, 2008

Chrome, aluminum and steel; automotive flip flop paint finished with automotive sealer. No. 1 of 5. 8’ tall

Not for sale

"Rodrique's design gracefully utilizes metal to form a three-sided Blue Dog. The strong, static shape gains movement from the light, enhanced by its reflective surface and flip flop paint."

 

Site 3

Dave Richardson, b. 1981

Fort Collins, CO

Sea Beast, 2016-17

Cast bronze on cor-ten steel

62”x34”x26” 

$13,000                                                                 

“I have always been amazed with the architecture of the Nautilus shell. This prehistoric creature lends itself to shape and beauty."

Site 4

Sydney Atkinson, b. 1946

Monticello, FL

Sunbeam II, 2003

Welded steel, painted

66”x26”x24” 

$5,500                                                                    

“Rigid beam represents strength, breaking and dancing upward, lyrical and vulnerable as it ascends."

5. Luke Achterberg, Incendiary.jpg

Site 5

Luke Achterberg, b. 1980

Lexington, KY

Incendiary, 2015

Painted steel

11’x4’x3’

$16,000                                                                  

"The Artist develops a balance both physical and aesthetic, to create a visual smoothness he calls "Super Sleek"."

 

Site 6

Joni Younkins-Herzog

Athens, GA

Iliana, 2015

Steel, fiberglass, resin, fabric,

lace, silicone, stainless steel

17’x11’x5.5’

$17,000

“Iliana is an outrageously large version of an alluring bloom, commonly called 'Angel Trumpets.' The sculpture is inspired by my passion for nature and tropical plants.”

Site 7

James K. Johnson, b. 1941

Charleston, IL

Flint Hills Dreamer, 2010

Cor-Ten Steel

10’x8’x9’

$18,500                                                                 

Flint Hills Dreamer is a reflection of experiences I had as a teenager exploring sand dunes in Kansas with my friends.”

Site 8

Jeffie Brewer, b. 1971

Nacogdoches, TX

Pity the Monsters, 2016

Steel

120”x42”x42”           

$8,000                                                      

"Pity the Monsters is an abstract figurative Sculpture bringing attention to Dementia and Alzheimer’s and the struggle for loved ones."

Site 9

Robert L. Coon, b. 1941

Vero Beach, FL

Creamsicle, 2015

Fabricated and welded sheet

aluminum; automotive paint

96”x17”x14” 

$10,000                                                                  

“This work came from memory, my favorite treat, a Popsicle with a vanilla center and orange covering called “Creamsicle.”

Site 10

Crag Gray, b. 1969

Key West, FL

Seahorse, 2016

Steel

11’x4’x7’

$9,500       

“Exploring the external dimensions and the inner soul of an animal we call the horse.”

Site 11

Deborah La Grasse, b. 1953

Tallahassee, FL

Union, 2010

Fabricated and cast aluminum

72”x111”x48”

$9,000

“The conjunction of opposites are formed in the union of two transparent cones, grounded by the “S” curve and united at the top.”

Site 12

Charles Pilkey

Mint Hill, NC

Orpheus, 2017

Steel and cast bronze

30”x 48”x10’

$4,500                                                                    

“Orpheus is a metaphor for the creative journey of the artist."