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Peregrine O'Gormley

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limited edition of 19

12"h x 8"l x 3 1/2"d 


Look Ma. . . No Trees!


limited edition of 25

7"h x 5"l x 10"d 


Your Very Own Feet


limited edition of 25

4 1/2"h x 4"l x 10"d 


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bronze, edition of 25

6"h x 2"l x 1 1/2"d 


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New Eyes


limited edition of 9

10"h x 5"l x 10"d 


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Old Tree

bronze, edition of 9

22"h x 10"l x 9"d 


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How Much Longer? (1/3 size)


limited edition of 9

17 1/2"h x 8"l x 16"d 




bronze, edition of 25

1 3/4"h x 3"l x 3 3/4"d 


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See Through

bronze, edition of 9

2"h x 13 1/2"l x 13 1/2"d 

sand dollar: 5" x 1/2"





limited edition of 9

32"h x 18"l x 30"d 


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Then You Dreamed


limited edition of 32

2 1/2"h x 3"l x 1 3/4"d 


Point Begets Line (1/3 size)


limited edition of 9

24"h x 10"l x 12"d 


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Hold Out

bronze, edition of 9

8"h x 8"l x 7"d 




limited edition of 9

11"h x 8"l x 21"d 




bronze, edition of 11

10"h x 11"l x 9"d 



Passenger (My son asks me why)

bronze, edition of 9

6"h x 24"l x 7"d 

base: 3"h x 7"l x 2"d


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About Peregrine O'Gormley

National Sculpture Society elected O’Gormley to Fellow in 2021.  In 2019 he was honored with the Southwest Art Award at the Coors Western Art Exhibit in Denver, Colorado. He has won multiple National Sculpture Society awards including the Pat Munson Prize for Avian Sculpture 2017 and 2015, and in 2016 the Green-Wood Cemetery Award.  His work has been featured in Fine Art connoisseur, American Art Collector, and Southwest Art magazines.  In 2017 Fine Art Connoisseur included O’Gormley in its, “Three to Watch”. 


Much of O’Gormley’s work pertains to the increasingly precarious state of our global ecology. Many pieces also relate to elements of human experience. His reverence for nature couples with serious concern for its well-being. Though anatomically respectful, these works convey a narrative and a spirit rather than precise emulation. They invoke the beauty of natural forms as catalyst for communication.  Curator of Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, Greg Robinson, refers to O’Gormley as “...third generation Northwest School." 


Recent exhibits include, the Woolaroc Museum, Liegh-Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, the National Museum of Wildlife Art, and the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.

He earned his BA in biology at The Colorado College in Colorado Springs, CO. O’Gormley now lives and works on seven acres with his wife Laurel and their three children overlooking the Puget Sound in northwestern, WA, United States.

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