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Bio – Kelly

Kelly Lundeen – Biography

Kelly Lundeen (Marty) paints from a perspective that could be called atmospheric, creating the line that separates earth from sky. Viewers are captured by his vast horizons that span up to the stars. The surreal landscapes of mountains ranges and infinite frontiers are set to life when the imagination places itself at the vista point of the perspective, in the angle of reference.
Starting off as just a hobby, Kelly has received no formal training in fine art painting. He believes that his curiosity in the “spacescapes” he is creating comes from his background in cinematography and camera operating. The heavy focus on framing and composition, and trying to capture picturesque sunsets and landscapes, gave Kelly the inspiration to create his very own picturesque “countryside’s”.

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“Departure” by George Lundeen

This bronze open edition was created in November of 1978, back when George was at Texas A&M and is the perfect table-top size.

“Departure” has won numerous awards over the years, including the 1981 Bronze Medal from the National Sculpture Society and the 1979 North American Sculpture Award.

This sculpture and others are available to purchase in our gallery and studio in downtown Loveland. We also can ship worldwide, just contact us.
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“Departure” by George Lundeen

This bronze open edition was created in November of 1978, back when George was at Texas A&M and is the perfect table-top size. 

“Departure” has won numerous awards over the years, including the 1981 Bronze Medal from the National Sculpture Society and the 1979 North American Sculpture Award. 

This sculpture and others are available to purchase in our gallery and studio in downtown Loveland. We also can ship worldwide, just contact us.

 

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Come to downtown Loveland this Friday, November 30, for the Festival of Lights and tons of free family fun from 6-9pm. After Ebenezer Scrooge lights the tree in front of the Rialto Theater at 7pm, stop by our gallery on Fourth Street to pick up a limited edition pewter or bronze ornament to decorate your Christmas tree or as a gift for someone special. ... See MoreSee Less

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Come to downtown Loveland this Friday, November 30,  for the Festival of Lights and tons of free family fun from 6-9pm. After Ebenezer Scrooge lights the tree in front of the Rialto Theater at 7pm, stop by our gallery on Fourth Street to pick up a limited edition pewter or bronze ornament to decorate your Christmas tree or as a gift for someone special.

Test your Lundeen knowledge! Where at Denver International Airport can you find this sculpture of Astronaut Jack Swigert? Bonus: How many Lundeen sculptures are on display at DIA? ... See MoreSee Less

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Test your Lundeen knowledge! Where at Denver International Airport can you find this sculpture of Astronaut Jack Swigert? Bonus: How many Lundeen sculptures are on display at DIA?

 

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I look for this every time I fly United! ❤️

By the train stop and there is another sculpture of Jeppeson (sp?) in the terminal. Total of 2 (I still got 2 George). And a trivia question back... Where is the DC version of this guy located? BTW - I dust him off for you occasionally - that white patina shows dust easily.

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If you move the sculpture, you'll find my Son's driver's license. He thought it would be a good idea to mark he was there to install it.

I stop everytime and admire! B

Jack Swigert, a fromer Denver native, greets you when you step off the airport train at the B gates. The beautiful bronze of Elrey Borge Jeppesen, in is in the main concourse. I haven't visited all of the bars at DIA, so Mark may have one or two of loose characters in dark corners.

Mr. Lundeen was just starting to work on this project when I visited his studio last August. Wow! Fast work!

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Lundeen Sculpture

338 East 4th Street
Loveland, CO 80537

Phone: (970) 669-7176
Fax: (970) 669-9493

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