Friday, September 21, 2012


I wanted to give you the inspiration behind my sculpture "Reach". I created her in clay and then cast her in bronze using the lost wax method. I patinated this piece using ferric nitrate for a deep, rich brown color, and polished her face a
nd palms to a golden bronze. The sculpture depicts a strong and confident dancer. The intention of the communication is that we are more than we are led to believe. Reach for your goals. Can be commissioned in any size.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012


Anyone who knows my work knows that I adore sculptures of beautifully voluptuous women, which is why my new Artist Spotlight is on Nigerian sculptor, Nnamdi Okonkwo.

Nnamdi was drawn to art from a very young age. Later he realized that he could best express himself through three dimensional art. Around this time he was also introduced to basketball, which he was perfect for at 6' 9". He was recruited by BYU-Hawaii to play for their team, and graduated with a BFA in sculpture.

Currently living and working out of Georgia, Nnamdi creates both monumental and small scale sculptures.

I found out about his work while we were exhibiting at the same art show in Florida last year.

One of my favorite of his sculptures is a monumental installation in Harlem, NY, called 'Friends'.

Here are images of his other phenomenal work:


Like Nnamdi, many of my pieces are of round figures. A number of my sculptures were also inspired by my travels through Africa. 

Visit to see more of my work.


I wanted to share some information about my Wearable Sculpture, "Love For All". Cast in bronze like my larger sculptures, each Wearable Sculpture hangs from a hand sewn ribbon and chain design with Swarovski crystal detailing. Perfect for any loved one.
To order, visit my website:

Friday, September 14, 2012


It is extremely important to keep your bronze sculptures clean and polished, as dust and dirt can eat away at bronze over time.

There are many expensive cleaning products designed specifically for polishing bronze, but it is very simple to clean bronze using common household items.

1. Be sure to dust your bronze sculptures frequently with a soft, dry cloth to prevent a build-up of dust and dirt.

2. Use mild soap and water with a soft cloth to wipe down your sculpture. Ensure that you are using distilled water rather than hard water, as this can leave calcium or lime deposits on your piece. Use a soft bristled toothbrush for any small crevices.

3. Remove all soap from your sculpture by rinsing with pure water (again, ensure that you are not using hard water).

4. Allow your sculpture to dry.

5. Using a soft cloth and coconut oil, polish the bronze. This will not discolor your sculpture.

If your sculpture is already corroded or discolored, this process won't be enough. But this is a wonderful way to maintain your bronze artwork.

I hope this helps you keep your bronze looking beautiful and new!

Visit my website to see my selection of fine bronze sculptures that can be enlarged to any size:

Tuesday, September 11, 2012


I wanted to share the list of upcoming Florida shows I will exhibiting my sculptures of all sizes at:

Dunedin Art Harvest - November 3rd - 4th (I may not be able to exhibit at this show as I may be in NYC)

St. Armands Art Show (Sarasota) - November 10th - 11th

Las Olas Art Show (Fort Lauderdale) - January 5th - 6th

Boca Fest - January 12th - 13th

Las Olas Art Show Part II - March 2nd - 3rd

Jupiter Art Show (Jupiter / Juno Beach) - March 9th - 10th

I am still waiting for jury decisions from many other shows, but we hope to see many people at all of the shows this winter.


This week I wanted to share a bit about my Dragon Door Handles. These one of a kind bronze guardians are amazing statement pieces, and make unique gifts. Made to withstand the elements, each one is patinaed to your specific color preference
. The Dragon Door Handles on my front gates and doors are the first sculptures that visitors see at my home studio/ gallery
in Florida.

Celebrate the Year of The Dragon by getting your own Dragon Door Handle:

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Gallery Show This Saturday, September 8th

"Come enjoy Fall Gallery Night at the Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal Gallery in Fort Worth. Featuring the bronze work of internationally collected sculptor Nina Winters, including the small-scale version of her monumental sculpture, 'The Galactic Samurai', installed in Fort Worth for the Senior Vice President of PepsiCo. Enjoy the array of talented fine artists at this free noon-9 pm event. Call the gallery for more information."


Number: (817) 244-1151

 Address: 7608 Camp Bowie West Fort Worth, TX 76116