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Bio – Kelly

Kelly Lundeen – Biography

Kelly (Marty) Lundeen paints from a perspective that could be called atmospheric, with an interest in the horizon line that separates the earth from sky. Viewers are captured by his vast expanses that span up to the stars. The surreal landscapes of mountains ranges and infinite frontiers are set to life when the viewer places themselves in the landscape through their imagination.
Starting off as just a hobby, Kelly has received no formal training in 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, gives Kelly the inspiration to create his very own infinite frontiers.

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Was just admiring your work Wednesday at Scheels in The Colony!! Amazing!!

I am just so in awe of your work!!! Just beautiful!!

Wonderful and talented!

So impressive and powerful.

That is so awesome!

Amazing!!!!!

Amazing!

Wow

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George Lundeen looks on as the crew moves a 12ft sculpture outside the studio. Creating sculptures this large takes a dedicated team of artists working together to make it all happen. ... See MoreSee Less

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Team Lundeen 👍😃

Oh my goodness.

Last week the crew worked on the patinas of a monumental size mountain biker and hockey player out behind our shop. These sculptures are too big to fit inside the studio! They’ll be heading to a new Scheel’s store very soon! ... See MoreSee Less

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Are they coming to Texas.

Nice job Team Lundeen 😲👍

Great job Lundeens!

You guys and your work is just plain HUGE!

incredible

How cool!

Can you say which location it's going to?

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This weekend we remember the veterans who have sacrificed so much to protect our country and our freedom. From the crew at Lundeen Studios, thank you for your service.

"Field of Blue" by George Lundeen
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This weekend we remember the veterans who have sacrificed so much to protect our country and our freedom. From the crew at Lundeen Studios, thank you for your service. 

Field of Blue by George Lundeen

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Where is this sculpture at, I feel like I’ve seen it somewhere in Michigan before.

Gorgeous!

This is my favorite sculpture

Love

Awesome!

This is my favorite sculpture

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Over the years, the sculpture community here in Loveland, Colorado (Sculpture Capital, U.S.A.) grew to become a place known for its concentration of foundries and sculptures studios. Many prominent sculptors first came to Loveland or the surrounding area to start their career among the foundries and with other like-minded artists.

Glenna Goodacre was one such sculptor. Being a female sculptor in an era and field dominated by men was not easy. When she first began sculpting, she signed her work with only "G. Goodacre" so potential buyers wouldn't know she was a woman.You may know Glenna's relief sculpture of Sacajawea on the dollar coin, or her Vietnam Women's Memorial, unveiled in Washington D.C. in 1993.

George and Glenna became friends when she moved to Boulder in 1974 to be near a Loveland foundry "where I learned sculpting techniques from people who knew lots more than I did," she said. She quickly became part of the growing Loveland sculpture community, and a fast friend of the Lundeen family. George and Glenna were both represented by Nedra Matteucci Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. George and Glenna continued to be lifelong friends and champions of each other's work until Glenna's death earlier this spring. She will be greatly missed.
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Over the years, the sculpture community here in Loveland, Colorado (Sculpture Capital, U.S.A.) grew to become a place known for its concentration of foundries and sculptures studios.  Many prominent sculptors first came to Loveland or the surrounding area to start their career among the foundries and with other like-minded artists. 

Glenna Goodacre was one such sculptor. Being a female sculptor in an era and field dominated by men was not easy.  When she first began sculpting, she signed her work with only G. Goodacre so potential buyers wouldnt know she was a woman.You may know Glennas relief sculpture of Sacajawea on the dollar coin, or her Vietnam Womens Memorial, unveiled in Washington D.C. in 1993. 

George and Glenna became friends when she moved to Boulder in 1974 to be near a Loveland foundry where I learned sculpting techniques from people who knew lots more than I did, she said. She quickly became part of the growing Loveland sculpture community, and a fast friend of the Lundeen family. George and Glenna were both represented by Nedra Matteucci Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. George and Glenna continued to be lifelong friends and champions of each others work until Glennas death earlier this spring. She will be greatly missed.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Lovely tribute to an amazing woman!

Thank you for posting this...she was an amazing artist and left behind a legacy for all of us to enjoy!!

She was amazing! So glad you posted this ~

Deepest sympathy to you for this loss of a friend and fellow artist.

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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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