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Heidi sculpting "The Poem" in Mill Valley, CA

Heidi sculpting "Moonrise" in Bali, Indonesia


Heidi sculpting "Passage" in Mill Valley, CA

 


AWARDS AND COMMISSIONS

Awards:
 
Second place in the 2007 International Sculpture Competition for Sculptural Pursuit Magazine. Feature article in the July/Fall issue.  Click here to read the article
Current Commissions:
 Bali, Indonesia: Portrait of the late King of Ubud
 Bali, Indonesia: Portrait of Bali's oldest living classical dancer
Upcoming Commissions:
 Tiburon, California: Co-artist of the Sam Chapman bronze statue for the waterfront park.
Shows:
Sausalito Art Festival, September 2007
National Sculpture Society: "The Sea", 2005, New York City
California Breast Cancer Research Symposium, 2005. Commemorative poster artist

ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY

Background: Native of the San Francisco Bay Area, fifth generation Californian.
Institutional Art Education:
 1966-70 : University of California at Santa Barbara, majoring in art with a sculpture emphasis
 1969 : University of California at Berkeley
 1974 to present : Continuous art courses at College of Marin and San Francisco City College in sculpture, painting, and photography
Private Art Education:
 1998-present (annually ): Wood sculpting with I. B. Oka Astina, internationally renowned master wood carver in Bali.
 1999-2005: Figurative sculpting from nationally acclaimed sculptor Eugene Daub,
 2001 : Figurative sculpting from Paul Lucchesi in Lucca, Italy
Commercial work:
 1992-2005 : Exclusive sculptor for Fabbri & Nuti Garden Statuary Company, San Francisco. Over 100 original works reproduced and sold in the western United States.
 1995-2007 : Garden of Dreams, Sausalito, California: Wholesale reproductions of original sculptures sold throughout the U.S.
Fine Art Galleries:
 Gallery of Great Things , Kamuela, Hawaii. Wood and limited edition bronze sculptures.
 Bididari Gallery, Mas, Bali, Indonesia. Wood sculptures.
Community Service in the Arts:
 "The Heidi Circle" is part of a non-profit scholarship program in Bali known as YKIP, which assists impoverished children in getting an education. Heidi has enrolled donors from all over the U.S. who are currently sponsoring over 40 children. During her annual trips to Bali she spends time with the children doing art projects and taking them on field trips.