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Scott Shaffer

Contact info:
PO Box 4806
Grand Junction , CO 81507
p. (970) 261-1541
shafferbronze@q.com
http://www.shafferbronze.com

Areas of Concentration:

Architecture
Bronze
(Bronze)

Image
Gallery

Grizzly Bear at the Picnic Table clay Untitled Untitled Great Blue bronze by Shaffer Antoin Robidoux Bronze by Scott Shaffer Ute Bronze by Shaffer

Biography & Artist's Statements

Scott R. Shaffer, Sculptor

P.O.BOX 4806Grand Junction, CO  81502

Shafferbronze@q.com  (970) 261-1541

 

SUMMARY

Over 25 years experience in designing, sculpting and delivering representative bronze sculptures for the public and private sector. Skilled at accurately portraying both human and animal subjects. Proven ability to create representative bronze sculptures of historical figures utilizing photographs. All projects completed on time and within budget. Ability to prioritize work, meet deadlines, and foster successful working relationships.

 

EDUCATION

Bachelor degree in Natural Sciences, Mesa State College, Grand Junction, CO 1986

 

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE

Theta Chi Fraternity House in Gainesville Fl.

Sculptures: Two 7 ft. long American Alligators

Commissioned by George Kramer, purchased by Joyner Construction.

 

University of Florida / Gator Booster Club, Gainesville, Florida

1st Sculpture: 8 Ft. long American Alligator

Purchased to commemorate National Football Championship.  Installed at the University of Florida’s Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville, FL

 

2nd Sculpture: Three 8 ft. long American Alligator

Purchased as part of the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium expansion.  Installed in Sky Boxes at stadium

 

3rdt Sculpture: (14 ft long American Alligator

Purchased as the entry piece for the James W. Bill Heavenere Football Complex.  Installed at Bull Gator Plaza University of Florida

 

 Orange County Regional History Center, Orlando, Florida

Sculpture: Bunk Baxter (life-size)

Commissioned by Turner Construction to sculpt Florida historical figure Bunk Baxter and three life-size alligators for placement at Orange County Regional History Center in Orlando Florida.  Sculpture completed from single photograph.

 

Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida

1st Sculpture: American Alligator

 Purchased through Lidee` Corporate Art concepts as the coordinator for the Cypress Gardens Wildlife Sculpture Exhibit; a year-long exhibit depicting threatened and endangered wildlife (year one)

 

2nd Sculpture ): Great Blue Heron

Purchased through Lidee` Corporate Art concepts as the coordinator for the Cypress Gardens Wildlife Sculpture Exhibit; a year-long exhibit depicting threatened and endangered wildlife (year two)

 

 City of Sumter, South Carolina

Sculpture: Mute Swan

Purchased through Sculpture in the South program for installation in downtown Sumter, SC

 

City of Edmond, Oklahoma

Sculpture: Brown Pelican

Purchased through Shadid Fine Art Gallery for public installation in Edmund, OK

 

Nature Works, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Sculpture: Fourteen-foot American Alligator (14 ft long)

Commissioned by Nature Works, a non-profit organization, for installation at the Oklahoma Aquarium, in Jenks, Oklahoma.

 

City of Texas City, Texas

1st Sculpture: Great Blue Heron

Purchased as part of the Goals 2000 Program. Installed at the Nessler

Fountain, Texas City,  Texas.

 

2nd Sculpture: Brown Pelican

Commissioned as part of the Goals 2000 Program.  Installed at the Charles T. Doyle Convention Center, Texas City, Texas

 

3rd Sculpture: White Pelican

Commissioned as part of the Goals 2000 Program.  Installed at the Charles T. Doyle Convention Center, Texas City, Texas

 

Loveland Sculpture Group, Loveland, Colorado

Sculpture: Brown Pelican

Purchased for donation to the City of Loveland, Colorado.  Installed on the north shore of Lake Loveland.

  

City of Delta Colorado

Sculpture: Antoine Robidoux and Ute Indian (1.5 life-size)

Commissioned by the City of Delta, CO to sculpt historical figure Antoine Robidoux and a Ute Indian trading beaver pelts and blankets.  This is an entrance piece for the City of Delta, and will be located along Highway 50 at the north end of the city.  Sculpture completed from single photograph.

 

City of Green River Utah

Sculpture American White Pelican “Maestro”

Purchased for a permanent addition to the community of Green River by the Green River Arts Council.

 

 


 

City of Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture

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