for a special exhibition
May 5 - May 18, 2012
that's gone to the dogs
new works of our faithful companions
Daniel Glanz "Lazy Days" bronze
Meet Colorado sculptor Daniel Glanz
May 5, 2012
1pm - 4pm
Dan is currently working on a table top Saint Bernard in clay form. He will discuss the process of developing a finished bronze piece from this stage. Saks Galleries will exhibit several new canine sculptures.
Daniel began his career in illustration and fine art photography with the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute. His art is known for its energy, movement and technical mastery. Both figurative and wildlife work share a powerful yet elegant quality, drawn from his classical approach to sculpture. Daniel says of his work, ”I would like the viewer to develop some kind of feeling about the animals I sculpt, whether those feelings are fearsome or friendly, intense or serene, joyous or sad. I try to capture the spirit and feeling I see in my subject and convey them to you the viewer.”
His work, which is created in his studios in Colorado, range in size from tabletop to monumental. Daniel’s editions and commissions grace many private collections and public art programs. Many recognize the monumental Jaguar that graces a perch in Vail, Colorado.
Dogs Welcome - Light Refreshments and Treats Served
Saks Galleries welcomes the MaxFund Animal Shelter 9:am - 4:pm May 5th
Daniel Glanz and Saks Galleries will donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the dog sculptures to the
MAXFUND Animal Shelter
3019 East 2nd Avenue Denver, Colorado 80206