Simpson Gallagher Gallery



Cuttlefish Clock

by Tony Hochstetler
6 x 16 1/2 x 4 1/2  inches , $2700
Bronze , Edition of 15

Tony Hochstetler

Tony Hochstetler

Born in Goshen, Indiana, Tony Hochstetler is asculptor of animals, more particularly a sculptor of reptiles, amphibians, insects, birds, and marine life. He has won numerous awards, including various awards from the Society of Animal Artists: the Award of Excellence (won twice) and the Whittington Memorial Award. Other awards include the Beddi-Makky Foundry Award and the Margaret Hexter Award presented by the National Sculpture Society. Most recently his work has been exhibited with the National Academy of Design, National Sculpture Society's "Masterworks of American Sculpture: Selections from Members of the National Sculpture Society 1875-1999" and "Centennial Exhibition," Society of Animal Artists, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, as well as various other shows. His work has also been included in the Society of Animal Artists National Museum Tour for three consecutive years. Hochstetler's work is featured in the collections of the Denver Zoological Gardens, Wichita Art Museum, John Morris: World Wildlife Museum, Benson Park Sculpture Gardens, H.Y. Jung Museum of Bronze Sculpture, Bass Pro Museum, the Hudson Corporation, and the M. Ross Mason Corporation. Hochstetler is a member of both the National Sculpture Society and Society of Animal Artists, and currently resides in Ft. Collins, Colorado.



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