Works by John Soderberg, a world renowned bronze sculptor from Sedona, Arizona, will be on exhibit at the Lighthouse Center for the Arts in Tequesta from February 18 through March 26, 2010.
Internationally renowned sculptor John Soderberg has created numerous monumental bronze commissions across the country; teaches at art academies, and nurtures and mentors many other sculptors. He has invented tools, materials and techniques which have bettered the world of art. Soderberg lives and works on a small homestead ranch in Arizona. His passion is bronze sculpture, and his fascination is the lonely, timeless, and ultimately, noble drama of the human experience. He sculpturally explores worthy human themes in a manner which simply and honestly evokes empathy in the viewer. Soderberg will be joined by his two daughters, Heather and Misty, and his brother, Richard. John Soderberg will present an illustrated lecture on February 19, and will conduct a three-day workshop on February 20-22 in which students will learn how to sculpt a head and shoulders from a live model.
To see more of his work, visit www.johnsoderberg.com