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Tammy Bality

26 x 16
Bronze Edition

10" tall and 14" long
Bronze, Edition of 25

"I enjoy working in fired clay, it serves as my sketch pad. It allows me the freedom to create original pieces in a much shorter time frame then a bronze, while improving my sculpting skills through repetition.

32" tall, 26" wide
Available in recycled aluminum or bronze, combined edition of 17

22" x 8"

Stainless Steel and cast glass or Bronze and cast glass;

life size American Kestrel also known as a Sparrow hawk, edition of 35 (all mediums combined)

Little Sentinel depicts an American Kestrel that is near and dear to my heart.  As a falconer, I was able to rescue "Cowboy" aka "Little Bird" from a cat, put him on my license and foster him over the summer; he was released in late July and I'm pleased to see him often and know he's doing well.   He has quite a personality and still chases rabbits, he thinks he's much larger than he is.

Medium: lead crystal, ed 1 of 10
Size (H x W x D): 15.0 x 15.0 x 8.0

Medium: cast glass, one of a kind artist proof
Size (H x W x D): 14.0 x 20.0 x 3.0

54" tall (girl) 32" tall fox
Bronze Edition

Bronze edition of 17

Bronze edition of 17

The Bronze is a ring that can be placed over a flower bowl or vase as a center piece or shown by itself in the round. I was inspired to create the mares and foals in the round from paintings by George Stubbs of mares and foals as well as photos of a colorful herd of horses owned by Shield H Quarter Horses in Riverton, Wyoming. Spring is the time of the year that new foals begin to appear like new buds on vines. The bottom of the bowl is covered in vines and flowers.

Are you interested in adding Race of the Wild to your collection? Please contact Vail Fine Art Gallery to purchase.

Tammy Bality

A sculptor of animals in traditional and contemporary styles

A little about me

Tammy Bality, A SCULPTOR OF ANIMALS IN TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY STYLES As an only child growing up on the Colorado farm her family originally homesteaded in 1875, Tammy Bality shared a special connection with animals: The horses, calves, dogs, cats, were her friends.Read more About me