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Bio – Cammie

Cammie Lundeen – Biography

Cammie Lundeen is a wild life sculptor from Loveland, Colorado with a passion for horses. Most of her work is done in limited editions which range in size from miniature to life-size. Her bronzes can be found in collections around the world, including London, Finland, Venezuela and Australia. In addition to her own limited editions, Cammie has been commissioned to sculpt portrait bronzes. She is a member of the Society of Animal Artists and an Associate Member of the American Academy of Equine Art.

“We all know art is a form of expression. My goal is to touch someone’s emotions, to have them feel what I might feel in a particular bronze. That isn’t always,an easy task when sculpting animals. Some of their actions and emotions are very subtle. You really have to observe and study the animal to sculpt life into it. Consequently, most of my subjects are animals that I am very fond of or have worked with a great deal. For example, equines are a big part of my recreational life. I feel like I really know and love these animals, and think this is reflected in my work.” – Camie Lundeen

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AWARDS & HONORS

1986 – Salmon River Art Guild Riggins, Idaho – Best Sculpture , “Power to Spare”
1986 – Old West Regional Art Show, Cheyenne, Wyoming – Purchase Award, “Power to Spare”
1987 – American Academy of Equine Art, Louisville, Kentucky – People’s Choice Award , “Lazy Afternoon”
1989 – Salmon River National Arts Exhibition, Riggins Idaho – Special Judges Award , “Lazy Afternoon”
1992 – Old West Regional Art Show, Cheyenne, Wyoming – People’s Choice Award, “Maude & Lottie”
1994 – The Pen and Brush Annual Sculpture Exhibition, New York, New York, – Katherine Thayer Hobson Memorial Award, “Buds”
1994 – Society of Animals Artists, 34th Annual Exhibition – 1994-1995 National Museum Tour , “Buds”
1995 – Society of Animals Artists, 35th Annual Exhibition – Liskin Award , “Lunch Break”

EDUCATION

University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
Scottsdale Artists School, Scottsdale, Arizona

ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS

Society of Animals Artists, Member
American Academy of Equine Art, Associate Member

COMMISIONS

1987 – “Rooster Bars”, Box “P” Quarter Horses, Hoyt Kansas
1987 – “Soft Nickers”, Appaloosa Horse Club, Moscow Idaho
1988 – “Fat & Sassy”, Uniontown Washington
1988 – “Maude & Lottie” Loveland High Plains Art Council, Loveland, Colorado
1989 – “Windomar Miss”, Loveland, Colorado
1991 – “Foals of Plum Creek Hollow”, Plum Creek Hollow Ranch, Larkspur, Colorado
1991 – “Maude & Lottie”, Helsinki, Finland
1992 – “Maude & Lottie”, Kansas City Royal Equestrian Center, Kansas City, Missouri
1992 – “Foals of Plum Creek Hollow”, Triple B Farms, Elizabeth, Colorado
1992 – “Foals of Plum Creek Hollow”, Raimondi Ranch, Cheyenne, Wyoming
1993 – “Maude & Lottie”, Anheiser Bush, Pepin Distributing Co., Tampa, Florida

PUBLICATIONS

November, 1987 – Appaloosa Journal
Winter, 1988 – Equine Images
May, 1989 – Paint Horse Journal
1992 – Rocky Mountain Paint Horse, Stock Show Edition
1992 – Revue Magazine
August, 1993 – Southwest Art Magazine

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Thanks for sharing that, loved it!!❤️

Beautiful expression of love!

Love this so much.

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I just love your work! They look so lifelike!

One of my very favorites!!

Outstanding!👍

So touching!

On June 19, 1983 the 10 foot tall sculpture "Promise of the Prairie" was dedicated in the Lundeen's hometown of Holdrege, Nebraska. This sculpture was created for Holdrege's centennial celebration. George designed this sculpture of a pioneer family to represent the hardy and determined souls who settled the Great Plains.

Although this sculpture has been out of production for quite some time now, we did manage to reacquire a smaller (36") version of this sculpture recently. It is currently available for sale in our gallery and we can ship anywhere.
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On June 19, 1983 the 10 foot tall sculpture Promise of the Prairie was dedicated in the Lundeens hometown of Holdrege, Nebraska. This sculpture was created for Holdreges centennial celebration. George designed this sculpture of a pioneer family to represent the hardy and determined souls who settled the Great Plains. 

Although this sculpture has been out of production for quite some time now, we did manage to reacquire a smaller (36) version of this sculpture recently.  It is currently available for sale in our gallery and we can ship anywhere.Image attachment

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My inlaws Bruce and Margaret Hilsabeck gave is one of these! I was there for the dedication of the one in North Park and also for your Lewis and Clark ones in downtown Lincoln. You all are so talented!

I stopped during our walk to admire the sculpture this summer with my grandkids and tell them the story. Beautiful!

I have one of the promotional replicas proudly displayed in my home. It's a wonderful reminder of my youth, my family, and Holdrege.

Holdrege is my hometown & it is Amazing.

I usually visit the park and drive by the statue whenever I'm home. Beautiful!

You rock George!

I proposed to Miss Kelli Graff at the base of your sculpture in 2001. 💍🌪

No fair posting photos from 35+ years ago ........ we all had hair back then !!!

Incredible!

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It is the last weekend to catch The Lundeens': Divine Intervention at the Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearney. The show runs through February 2. Work from Mark Lundeen, George Lundeen, Bets Lundeen, Ann LaRose, and Joey Bainer are all on display, including clay maquettes from the creation of the Cloisters on the Platte sculptures. ... See MoreSee Less

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It is the last weekend to catch The Lundeens: Divine Intervention at the Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearney. The show runs through February 2.  Work from Mark Lundeen, George Lundeen, Bets Lundeen, Ann LaRose, and Joey Bainer are all on display, including clay maquettes from the creation of the Cloisters on the Platte sculptures.

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This was such a phenomenal exhibit! Wish I would have seen it sooner and been able to have the next stop be North Platte at the Prairie Arts Center!

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