Gardens Gone Wild! An Animal Art Adventure Featuring the Sculpture of Dan Ostermiller at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden
Beginning this summer, the Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill will feature Gardens Gone Wild!, an exhibition by award-winning sculptor Dan Ostermiller. The show, opening on May 26, will feature a collection of Ostermiller’s monumental sized animal bronzes – realistic, spontaneous and full of personality. Gardens Gone Wild! will include more than 20 animal bronzes, thoughtfully placed throughout the beautiful Santa Fe Botanical Garden. From majestic elephants to playful rabbits, this exhibition promises to delight and surprise visitors of all ages.
A past President and member of the National Sculpture Society, the talent of Dan Ostermiller is widely recognized. His ability to express the personality, characteristics, and physical traits of animals in bronze is unparalleled. From his innovative studio in Loveland, Colorado, Dan’s inspired compositions have grown from his youthful love for and thorough knowledge of animals gained from his years working, studying, and traveling throughout the West and Africa. Ostermiller’s sculpture reflects a lifelong adventure in animal art.
Dan Ostermiller is represented by Nedra Matteucci Galleries in Santa Fe, N.M. and some of the sculptures within the exhibit are available for purchase.
Opening May 26 with an artist walk-through from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Sculpture on display through May 11, 2019