Amy Kann

Amy Kann
American, born 1959
Bats, 2009
bronze: 11 H. x 7 W. sight, inches
edition No. 1 of 10 castings
framed size: 18 3/4 H. x 14 3/4 W.
frame:  Wenge wood

Amy Kann
American, born 1959
American Grizzly
38 x 36 inches
Bronze or Forton Cast
Edition size of 12

Amy Kann
American, born 1959
Elisabeth
12 H. x 12 W. inches.

 

Amy Kann
American,born 1959
Sapling
Bronze
72 H. x 14 W. x 14 D. inches.

Amy Kann
American, born 1959
Leaves
Bronze, Green Patina
38 x 31 inches.

Amy Kann
American, born 1959
Flurry
White Alabaster
17 H. X.  2  7/8 W. X. 2  7/8 D. inches

Amy Kann
American, born 1959
Courage
Blue Myst Alabaster from Spain.
27 1/2 H. x 4  1/2 W. x  4  1/2 D. inches.

Artist Description

Amy Kann lives and works in Philadelphia. Her sculpture is part of the permanent collections of The Smithsonian Museum, The British Museum, The Brookgreen Gardens Museum, The McNay Museum, The National Sculpture Society and The American Numismatic Society. Her work has been exhibited in the Pennsylvania Academy of Art Museum, the Woodmere Museum, the Pennsylvania State Museum, the Brookgreen Gardens Museum and the American Masters Show in NYC. She is the Vice President of the National Sculpture Society NYC. She is represented by the Graham Shay 1857 Gallery NYC and The Cheryl Newby Gallery SC. In 2012, she was chosen for the Rainey Master Sculptor Residency at the Brookgreen Gardens Museum. Her numerous private and public commissions include those from The Brookgreen Gardens Museum, The American Numismatic Society, The Beckman Institute, The Green Wood Cemetery, Seigel and Gale, Jane Bryant Quinn, David Landsberg and Ted Tally. She is the recipient of the Alex J Ettl Grant for Sculpture from the National Sculpture Society. Articles about her work have been written in American Art Collector, Sculpture Review, International Artist and ANS the American Numismatic Society. Her numerous awards include Best in Show, First Place and Second Place Awards from The Portrait Society of America, The Gold and Bronze Medals from National Sculpture Society, the First Place Award for Sculpture from the Salmagundi Club, The Second Place Award from The Pennsylvania State Museum along with many other awards from the National Sculpture Society, Allied Artists of America, The Red River Museum, The Audubon Society and the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Society.

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