Sculptor: Gary Price

January 16, 2011 by  
Filed under Mark Twain Sculpture

Mark Twain sculpture at the entrance of Camps.

Mark Twain sculpture at the entrance of Camps.

* Sculpture with meaning.
* Sculpture to lift the human spirit.
* Sculpture to inspire.

This sculpture is part of the artist’s “Great Contributors” collection that features people, such as Mark Twain, who has had a profound beneficial impact on the world.

Gary Lee Price life-size bronze sculptures capture the unique human spirit. This is the essence of his work. This is his life’s journey. His sculptures and images also grace the covers of various magazines and books. His works are included in public and private collections in homes, galleries, museums, libraries, corporations, cities, and educational institutions throughout the world, including the front entrance of CAMPS Restaurant at Greenhorn Creek in Angels Camp, California.

The sculptor resides in Springville, Utah. He credits his success to his mother, who instilled in Gary the ability to express himself through art; to his friend and wife, Lanea, who offers constant love and support; and to their five boys who provide constant inspiration.