Have you ever inherited a bronze sculpture or found something at a thrift sale and wondered how to get your bronze art appraised? Just like paintings, bronze art can and should be appraised. Appraising a bronze sculpture can be challenging, but not impossible. Here are some tips for getting a valuation for your bronze piece!
Have an authenticity statement. The […]
You might be noticing your once beautiful and glamourous bronze garden sculpture is no longer as brilliant as when you first purchased it. Don’t worry! There is a simple solution. Some dealers out there will recommend a complex cleaning process or try to sell you severely marked up cleaning solutions. We’re here to share with you an approach on […]
A quick note before reading this blog on how to repair a bronze statue:
– My name is Laurel Peterson Gregory and I am a bronze sculpture artist located in Colorado. This blog on how to repair bronze sculptures has helped many people, however, I personally do not offer bronze sculpture repair in my services. After reading this article and if you found […]
This is a quick kind of off-topic blog about an amazing organization I came across during a recent trip to Costa Rica. I donate a percentage of my profits each year to various organizations and this year I’ll be sending some love to the Monkey Farm.
Located just a few minutes from Ocotal Beach in Guanacaste […]
As another show season starts I thought I’d reflect on what it means to an artist to have some down time. I’m lucky in that I typically have several months off between my last show of one year and the first of the next.
Not every artist has that luxury. I know several who do a show practically every weekend. […]
Hi, all. Welcome to the first blog from my new website. Seems like a good opportunity to talk about the new site!
My previous site served me well — for like a year…
Technology changes fast. I needed to make sure my online presence was doing everything it could to get my art out in the simplest, most attractive way possible. If […]
I’ve been very fortunate throughout my art career to interact with and get feedback from my collectors, both at shows and via email. Occasionally, someone really touches me by expressing how they connect with one of my sculptures.
The above note came from Linda and Brian, who purchased a Pause for Reflection, one […]
My first deer piece Field Trip took home first place in the professional artist category at the Front Range Art Exhibit, co-sponsored by the National Arts Program and the Greater Castle Rock Art Guild.