June Reed Hess
Scottsdale, AZ 85266
in process of being made
Born: (Atlanta, Ga.)
Lived/Active: New York/Arizona
Known for: Figural, Genre, Animal, Portraits in bronze
Style(s): Realist, Figuration, Abstract Figuration
Medium(s): Bronze, Stone, Marble, alabaster and clay
Price Information as of 07/08/2008:
Bronze from $900 to $25,000
Stone - $1200 to piece depending.
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For The Love of the Horse
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Art Students League, New York City,NY - National Institute of Fine Art, New York, NY - Marble and Art, Pietrasanta, Italy - The Marble Institute of Colorado, Denver, Co. - Taos Art School, Taos, New Mexico - Loveland Academy of Fine Art, Loveland, Col. - Scottsdale Artist School, Scottsdale, Az.
Have studied with such professionals as: Lincoln Fox- National Sculpture Society, Richard Loffler- National Sculpture Society, Tuck Langland - National Sculpture Society, Fred X. Brownstein - Fellow, National Sculpture Society, Mirio Vivano and Bruno Besciani - Pietrasanta, Italy. Others: Bruno Lucchessi, Sam Savitt, Sandy Scott, Veryl Goodnight, Eugene Daub, Gerald Balciar
1998 - Museum Directors Award, American Academy of Equine ARt, Willima G. Kenton Gallery, Lexington, Ky.
1998- Fall Showcase American Academy of Equine Art 19th Annual Juried Exhibition, Interenational Museum of the Horse, Lexington, Ky.
1998 - Neiman Marcus Showcase of Atlanta Artist - Solo Showcase - Atlanta, Ga.
2002 - 16th Annual Juried Draft Horse "Art of the Classic", Grass Valley, Ca.
2002 - Western States Juried Horse Show, Sacramento, Ca.
2003 - "The Best and the Brightest" Juried Show, Scottsdale. Az.
2003 - American Academy of Equine Art 23rd Annual Juried Exhibition, International Museum of the Horse Lexington, Ky.
2003 - Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, 107th Annual Juried Exhibition National Art Club, New York, N.Y.
2003 - Northern California Arts, Inc, 48th International Juried Exhibition "Bold Expressions", Carmichael, California
2003 - Allied Artist of America, Inc. 90th Annual Exhibition, National Arts Club, New York, N.Y.
Alder Gallery Fine Art, La Petite XI Show, Coboug, Oregon
2004 - National Sculpture Society, "Stallions, Ponies and Unicorns Exhibition", Park Avenue Exhibition, New York, N.Y.
2005 - Equestrian Life Art Gallery, Devon Exhibition Show, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
2005 - 109th Annual Exhibition, National Arts Club, Catharine Lolliard Wolfe Art Club, New York City
2006 - Awarded Magazine Cover of the month of April, "The Chronicle of the Horse"
2007 - Equestian Art Gallery, Devon Exhbition Show, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
2007 - 111th Annual Juried Exhibition, Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, National Arts Club
2007 - American Academy of Equine Art, Fall Showcase Willima G. Kenton Gallery, International Museum of the Horse, Lexington, Ky.
2007 - "Best and Brightest" Juried Art Show, Scottsdale, Az.
2007 - "Hidden in the Hills" Annual Art Show, Cave Creek, Az.
2006 - "The Chronicle of the Horse" Awarded Cover of the month, April, 2006
2008 - American Artist's Professional League 80Th Grand National Exhibition Salamgundi Club New York, NY
2008 - National Portrait Gallery Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition
2010 - Phoenix Home& Garden Magazine 30th Anniversary Exhibition (Arizona Style)Scottsdale, AZ
2011 - Catherine Lorrillard Wolfe Art Club National Art Club Grand Gallery New York, NY
2007 - Full membership invitation, American Academy of Equine Art, Lexington, Ky.
2007 - Full Membership invitation, Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, National Arts Club, New York, NY
2002 - 2007 National Musuem of Women in the Arts, Washington. D.C.
2002- 2006 American Women Artist, Assos. membership, Santa Fe, N.M.
Art has been a part of my life since childhood. My first sculpting medium was the soft doughy insides of my mother's biscuits. My mother's reply to my artistic endeavors of dough bunnies, rabbits at the table was "June, eat your food don't play with it". I continued my art interest by taking classes in all school grades. My after school time was spent working for an architect. While answering phones and typing I learned to design and draw floor plans for houses to scale. My summers were spent painting faces on mannequins for a local mannequin manufacturer and restorer. After receiving a scholarship to New York University, I spent my young adult years in New York designing and styling shoes for a well-known upscale shoe company. At this time I also took advantage of all the great institutions of Art Education available. I met and married my New York bred husband and after the birth of our daughter we left New York and moved to Atlanta, Ga. For the next fifteen years, I owned and operated three exclusive retail clothing stores and during this time, I designed floor plans for several luxury custom homes built by my husbands company. After one day making a decision to sculpt as a career I started sculpting as much as time would allow. In 1997 I began going to Pietrasanta, Italy to learn to carve marble and alabaster. In 1999 upon moving to Scottsdale, Arizona, I continued my art studies and began to market myself as a sculptor. I am an "on going" art student while working as a professional artist. Having developed a quality clientele from New York to California and Australia, I feel honored to share my work with collectors.