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  • Laura Lee Stay Bradshaw

    United States

    Art Brokerage: Laura Lee Stay Bradshaw American Artist: b. 1958. Born and raised in Orange County, California, Her initial interest in art began at age 11 and this was fostered by her parents with art lessons. She began working in sculpture while attending BYU on a painting scholarship. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from BYU in 1985 and a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in 1990. Laura Lee's large-scale works can be seen at the University of Utah Medical School in Salt Lake City, the School for the Deaf and Blind in Ogden, Heritage Park in Parowan, the town square in Monroe, Louisiana, and the Utah State Capitol Building in Salt Lake City. Smaller pieces are located at the Phillips Gallery in Salt Lake City, the Springville Museum of Art, the Museum of Church History and Art in Salt Lake City, and in the Utah Arts Council collection. Examples of her recent work can currently be seen at the Museum of Church History and Art as part of the Images of Women in Art exhibition. In March 1998, she was part of a five-person show at the Kimball Art Center in Park City, Utah. Laura Lee Stay Bradshaw's sculpture of Martha Hughes Cannon was dedicated on July 24, 1996, in the Utah State Capitol Rotunda in Salt Lake City. And she was quoted in the dedication ceremony program for this bronze sculpture. In this work, we can see the ability of Laura Lee "to capture the spirit of life in her subjects." Listings wanted.

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Bust of Christ Clay Sculpture Sculpture - Laura Lee Stay Bradshaw

Laura Lee Stay Bradshaw

Bust of Christ Clay Sculpture

Sculpture: Clay on Wood Base, Hand Signed

Size: 9x3x4 in  | 23x8x10 cm
Original Clay Sculpture on Wood Base
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