At Heritage Bronze we work directly with artists to bring their visions to life. Below are a few of the artists that we represent along with some of their pieces available for sale. We offer paypal payment options as a convenience to our customers and we will handle all the shipping.
Mary Buckman earned her degree in Sculpture and Fine Arts from Mesa College. She has been sculpting since 1982 and has created many private and monumental public sculptures that can be found throughout the United States and Mexico. Buckman has also worked on portrait commissions of public officials, including three bronze portraits of Supreme Court Justices for the California Western School of Law.
This statue of Frankie Laine stands just outside Nonna + Zucchero in Little Italy in San Diego.
Mehl Lawson is a leading artist of western or cowboy art. He is an active member of The Cowboy Artist of America, a group of artists dedicated to preserving in art the cowboy life style. Before sculpting the horse and cowboy art works he was well known as a horse trainer. Mehl and his family make their home in Bonita California. Where you can always find him creating new pieces through out the year. Mehl Lawson is an artist in three mediums – sculpture, braiding and horses. He is an heir to the proud vaquero tradition of Old California—a dedicated disciple of the refined, subtle elegance of the Santa Barbara style that inspired the creative spirits of such men as Ed Borein and Luis Ortega. There is the same kind of magic in the hands that shape the sculptor’s clay as there is in the hands that hold the reins of a spade-bit horse. Mehl is accomplished in both venues and brings to each a concentrated focus that produces horseback memories and sculptural images of pure grace and beauty.
"On A Loose Rein" by Mehl Lawson
Special thanks to Mehl Lawson for giving us the opportunity to cast his wonderful artwork.
Diane is a professionally accomplished artist and specializes in the sculpture portrait in bronze. Some of her commissioned bronze portraits are in the permanent collection of Grossmont Hospital, The Stein School of Education, San Diego State University and most recently completed life size bronze portrait of N.B.A. great, Mr. Bill Walton, to be permanently installed at the Bill Walton Gymnasium in La Mesa California. "My goal is to make my portrait sculptures look like he or she is breathing life and ready to have a conversation."
cat bronze sculpture
Terry captures the beauty and spirit of her subjects with flowing lines and whimsical abandon. Terry is from Redlands, California and a national award-winning artist. Terry's artwork is in private collections in over 20 countries. She continues to sculpt in ceramic and bronze, designs jewelry in precious metal and paints commission pet portraits in her studio. As a breeder of top winning Afghan Hounds for over 40 years, her dogs have been her inspiration in her paintings and her sculptures. She interjects whimsical qualities in her artwork, capturing the spirit and the almost human like qualities of her animals in real life situations. To learn more about this talented artist and her work, please visit her website www.terrydchacon.com