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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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Dear Loyal Patrons of the Artists' Charitable Fund Auction,

Following the lead of Sculpture in the Park, the Artists' Charitable Fund has decided to postpone our annual auction until 2021. Despite that, we will continue supporting artists! From January 2020- May 2020, the fund has assisted artists by paying over $25,000 in medical and dental bills, thanks to your continued support! If you have a monetary donation or a piece of artwork for next year, we will gladly accept it at our Loveland gallery & studio. (Message us if you'd like a mailing address.) Thank you and we hope you have a safe and happy summer!

Painting by Loveland artist Audrie Mergleman, from the 2018 ACF Auction
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Dear Loyal Patrons of the Artists Charitable Fund Auction,

Following the lead of Sculpture in the Park, the Artists Charitable Fund has decided to postpone our annual auction until 2021. Despite that, we will continue supporting artists! From January 2020- May 2020, the fund has assisted artists by paying over $25,000 in medical and dental bills, thanks to your continued support! If you have a monetary donation or a piece of artwork for next year, we will gladly accept it at our Loveland gallery & studio.  (Message us if youd like a mailing address.) Thank you and we hope you have a safe and happy summer!

Painting by Loveland artist Audrie Mergleman, from the 2018 ACF AuctionImage attachmentImage attachment

Take a peek around Loveland parks and open spaces - chances are you will spot one of our public sculptures, including this one at Foote Lagoon by legendary - and local - sculptor George Lundeen Lundeen Sculptures. ⁣

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I miss living in Loveland and going to the sculpture -park

Just love all the details .... gorgeous , amazing.......

Mu very favourite sculpture 😍

I saw this sculpture in VanDusen Garden in Vancouver BC. Are there several of them?

My favorite !

One of my favorites

One of my favorites!

Ohh I want to see this one!!

Cathy Miller Pescarino here's another Lundeen.

Mí favorita,❤❤

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Happy Friday! Stay safe out there this weekend!

Photo of Robert Frost, sculpted by George Lundeen and taken by Elizabeth A. Kelley on the Dartmouth campus
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Happy Friday! Stay safe out there this weekend! 

Photo of Robert Frost, sculpted by George Lundeen and taken by Elizabeth A. Kelley on the Dartmouth campus

"I believed it was a wicked, unjust measure.... I voted against this Indian bill, and my conscience yet tells me that I gave a good honest vote, and one that I believe will not make me ashamed in the day of judgement."
—David Crockett, A Narrative of the Life of David Crockett

In 1830, Davy Crockett was the only member of the Tennessee Delegation to vote against Andrew Jackson's Indian Removal Act. Crockett's vote was not popular in his own district, and he was defeated in the election of 1831.

The larger-than-life bronze sculpture of Davy Crockett by George Lundeen now stands outside the Alamo in Texas. This sculpture is also available in a smaller, maquette size.
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I believed it was a wicked, unjust measure.... I voted against this Indian bill, and my conscience yet tells me that I gave a good honest vote, and one that I believe will not make me ashamed in the day of judgement.
—David Crockett, A Narrative of the Life of David Crockett

In 1830, Davy Crockett was the only member of the Tennessee Delegation to vote against Andrew Jacksons Indian Removal Act. Crocketts vote was not popular in his own district, and he was defeated in the election of 1831. 

The larger-than-life bronze sculpture of Davy Crockett by George Lundeen now stands outside the Alamo in Texas. This sculpture is also available in a smaller, maquette size.

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I am interested in purchasing a smaller one of this bronze for my hubs, Joe, who is related to Davy Crockett.

It is the most amazing sculpture in the Alamo garden.

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Such an awesome piece, one of my faves from the Lundeen crew!

Is this a Betts?

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338 East 4th Street
Loveland, CO 80537

Phone: (970) 669-7176
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