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About the Artist

Through sculpting, I explore the forces that draw us together and that separate us from ourselves and each other. Having experienced both great tragedy and joy in my own life, I want my art to sustain relevant and meaningful encounters. I was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada in 1969. Through my world-renowned artist father, Richard Kramer, I learned blacksmithing techniques by osmosis; at home, art and metal were part of daily life. In 1995, when I completed a degree in Fine Arts at McMaster University and a Masters's degree in Renaissance and Reformation History, I committed my artistic future to metal and joined my father at the forge.

Each sculpture is hand forged, using tools and methods of modern and ancient blacksmithing. There are no two pieces alike. Sizes range from 10" to 6'. Special requests are welcome, such as specific configurations of the dancing Family, or an addition to your existing Family sculpture. Lives and works in Harrisburg, PA.

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Selected Works

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Hope Sculpture
Cold forged bronze, brass, copper, and stainless steel on a brass patinaed base.
50" x 120" x 36"
2017

The Kiss
The sculpture is hot and cold fabricated out of bronze using traditional and modern metal smithing techniques.
48" x 64" x 32"
2019

Dancing Family
Bronze fabrication, welded, sanded and patinaed.
72" x 72" x 72"
2018

Hope Sculpture
Cold forged bronze, brass, copper, and stainless steel on a brass patinaed base.
50" x 120" x 36"
2017

The Kiss
The sculpture is hot and cold fabricated out of bronze using traditional and modern metal smithing techniques.
48" x 64" x 32"
2019

Dancing Family
Bronze fabrication, welded, sanded and patinaed.
72" x 72" x 72"
2018

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