Sculpture in the Park
38th Annual Show
Aug. 12-14, 2022
Growing up in the sculpture community of Loveland, Colorado, David Richardson was immersed in all aspects of sculpture, the lost wax process, and foundry practices. A master metal worker, David has worked closely with NSS Fellows, Dan Ostermiller, Kent Ullberg and Fritz White (1930-2010) on numerous monumental projects. In 2009, David opened Richardson Studio and his work is now in public and private collections throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Richardson became an Elected Sculptor Member of NSS (National Sculpture Society) in 2019 and was just selected as the 2021 SEWE Participation Scholarship recipient.
My bronze sculpture work is often pared down to an almost abstract minimalism which allows my deep understanding of form to shine through, and breathe life into my works. I am inspired by nature and architecture and offer a unique style by blending the two together.
As a Colorado native I am also a dedicated fly angler. I am passionate about using sculpture to express the beauty of fly fishing and the importance of conservation. I have teamed up with Colorado Trout Unlimited to release two hand sculpted bronze belt buckles. A portion of the proceeds will go directly to support Colorado Trout Unlimited. Please click on the link below for purchasing options at my Colorado Fly Fishing Art store.