Sunday, October 04, 2009

GrapeFest sculptor


A miniature and a larger-than-life statue of the same cowboy look into the distance at the studio and gallery of Archie St. Clair, an international bronze sculptor, during the 23rd annual GrapeFest in Grapevine on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2009.


photos by Mark M. Hancock / &copy NewsEagles


Incompleted statues of emergency workers commissioned for the city of Southlake look exactly like scaled-up versions the human models at the studio and gallery of Archie St. Clair during GrapeFest.


The detail work remains in smaller pieces nearing completion at the studio and gallery of Archie St. Clair during GrapeFest.


Artist Archie St. Clair (left) answers visitors' questions as John Moline of Plano (right) appreciates the artworks at the studio and gallery of Archie St. Clair.


Fayrouz works a composition at the studio and gallery of Archie St. Clair during GrapeFest.


Small sculptures and GrapeFest literature greet visitors at the studio and gallery of Archie St. Clair, an international bronze sculptor, during the 23rd annual GrapeFest in Grapevine.

Please also see:
Historic Grapevine
GrapeFest flame worker
GrapeFest blacksmith
GrapeFest People's Choice Wine Tasting

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