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Bronze sculptor Raymond Gibby wasn’t always working as an artist. Instead he initially worked as a T-shirt screen printer in Murray, Utah, with a longing to break out. It wasn’t until after 9/11 that he finally put his love of fine art to the forefront of his life. As he watched the nation rebuild itself, he too would reinvent himself, beginning his education in sculpture. “I saw artists struggle and go by the wayside while some continued to flourish and be successful. I tried to be a careful student and learn what business practices and art techniques could traverse a national tragedy. That whole time was spent observing and developing my identity as a sculptor,” says Gibby. He eventually decided to focus his attention on wildlife, and now creates highly realistic sculptures of primarily North American beasts, some of which are true to actual size. Gibby is represented at the Signature Galleries in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Scottsdale, Arizona; Mountain Trails Gallery in Sedona, Arizona; and Mountain Trails Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming, and Park City, Utah.
Raymond Gibby, Something in the Air, bronze in progress, ed. of 10, 78 x 36 x 36"
Raymond Gibby, Return of the White Buffalo, bronze, ed. of 20, 24 x 20 x 10”
Raymond Gibby, A Good Scratch, bronze, ed. of 50, 6 x 5 x 4”