The Messenger

Bronze

$4750



Inventory#: BHI-022

His Faith was Made Perfect

Bronze

$2500



Inventory#: BHI-018

An Angel in Repose

Bronze

17.5'' x 10'' x 7''

$3750



Inventory#: BHI-005

Peter's Denial

Bronze

14x4x4 inches

$1450



Inventory#: BHI-004

Mother and Child

Bronze

14x16x11

$2875



Inventory#: BHI-003

Sustaining the Prophet

Bronze

19x30

$5200



Inventory#: BHI-002

Look and Live

Bronze

20.5'' x8''

Sold

Samaritan and The Living Water

Bronze

13.5x15 inches

$1875



Inventory#: BHI-006

Ancient Beauty

Bronze

10x7x5 inches

$1840



Inventory#: BHI-007

Spring & Summer Vessel

Bronze

23x11x11

$7750



Inventory#: BHI-009

Expectant Mother

Bronze

18x8x6

Sold

Na Moda

Bronze

22x10x7 inches

$2875



Inventory#: BHI-011

Waiting Mother

Bronze

22x10x6

$1840



Inventory#: BHI-012

Reunion

Bronze

18x8x6 inches

$2875



Inventory#: BHI-013

Fall & Winter Vessel

Bronze

23x11x11

$7750



Inventory#: BHI-008

Stonecutter

Bronze

$2876



Inventory#: BHI-

Angel of Music

Bronze

$1750



Inventory#: BHI-015

Ben Hammond

“I love to create art. I love expressing my perception of life through the human figure. However, I feel that my love of creating art is not enough. Great art needs to be composed, designed, and show a deep understanding of the subject that is being represented. All the art I admire from the old masters to the present have these characteristics in common. My goal is to study these characteristics and apply them to my own work.

In order to accomplish this goal, I continuously study anatomy and gesture, portraiture, composition and design, and most importantly I sculpt from life. I also feel it is important to study and learn from the masters of the past and present. I have a great appreciation for traditionalism, classicism, and realism in art as well as great admiration for artists such as Michelangelo, Canova, Rodin, Daniel Chester French, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Loredo Taft, Manzu, Zuniga, Mucha, and many others.

Each of my sculptures is composed to keep the viewer engaged in the piece through the elements and principles of design; every gesture, each fold of drapery, the pose of the figure, etc. are arranged in a manner that the viewer’s eye is led and kept engaged within the piece of sculpture.”

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