National Award Winning Stone Sculptor
David Seth Brass
"I just took a long walk on your web-site. All of your sculptures are wonderful. 'True Love' and Hygeia' so perfectly executed! I see your passion and expertise in all your works. Just lovely! Christie C. American Art Collector/Western Art Collector Magazines, May 13, 2016
Peace Sculpture, Inauguration November 10, 2013, into the Rotary Centre, Bangkok, Thailand
White Dog Gallery, Carbondale, Colorado
Mizel Museum, Self-Portraits Exhibition
Madden Museum of Art, Windows to the Divine Invitational Exhibition
Denver Art Museum Gallery Exhibition, Fall 2010 through Spring 2011
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"Sculpture in Process"
THE LOVE OF THE STONE
The love of the stone
Can be seen in his hands
As he touches the rough skin
Formed in earth's youth.
He touches like the blind,
Fingers sensitive, gentle,
Trying to read inside
The figure hidden beneath.
He touches like a father,
Protector, teacher and shaper,
And yet the beginning,
The spark of creation.
He touches like a mother
Who has nurtured this being
From idea to final reality
And brought forth its birth
To the eyes of the world
To last as long as stone.
by Poet Kevin Hardy
inspired by and written for the sculptor
David Brass 1997