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Welcome to Our New Website

09 Jan 2015, Posted by iPoint in Uncategorized

We are proud to launch our new Website. The new design is meant to create elegance, and simplify the layout of the images, menu and gallery. We hope you enjoy the new look and feel, and we always appreciate feedback from our visitors. Thanks and enjoy!

  • Janet

    In the 1990’s I purchased a bronze horse head that is a hook …I bought it in cannon beach, Oregon. I’m wondering if you are the ones who may have created this piece? I can send you a picture if need be. It seems like the name was Lundeen. Thank you! Janet!

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    • George Lundeen

      Hi Janet. Cammie Lundeen has created 3 horse hooks so I bet you’ve got one of hers. They are titled, “In the Bridle”, “On the Bit” and “Bosal”. You are welcome to e-mail me at Vanessa@Lundeensculpture.com if you have more questions.

      Thank you,
      Vanessa
      Lundeen Sculptures, Ltd.

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  • JOYCE KELLER

    I PURCHASED A STATUE CALLED HOME SWEET HOME IT WAS BY GEORGE LUNDEEN . i DID PURCHASE IT IN THE MOUNTAIN TRAIL GALLERY IN AZ. i NEED A NEW APPRAISAL FOR THE STATUE SO THAT i CAN PUT IT ON MY HOME OWNERS INSURANCE. PLEASE SEND ME ONE EITHER BY EMAIL OR MAIL
    EMAIL IS SUGAR3LOAF@AOL.COM JOYCE KELLER 330 W. SUGAR LOAF RD . TUCSON, AZ 85737
    i REALLY LOVE MY STATUE THANK YOU, JOYCE KELLER

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  • Adam Booth

    Wonderful website and gallery. I am here because of the work George is doing for the Owensboro Mayor and Hayden family of Nicky Hayden. Very excited to see the end result and very happy to hear that OBKY and family are presenting your work and the unveiling of your statue of “The Kentucky Kid’s Victory Lap” from his 2006 Laguna Seca win which led to his MotoGP Championship Title. At least that’s what I’m calling it. Can’t wait to see it. I am a big Nicky Hayden fan and miss seeing him out there tearing it up on the track. I think the unveiling is on June 8th at 5:30 in OBKY.

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  • George Gama

    Good afternoon, I recently purchased a numbered (17/50) seated ballerina that spins on a rotating base. It is signed but somewhat difficult to read. It certainly looks like Bets Lundeen but your confirmation would be extremely appreciated.

    I love this piece – it stole my attention right away. The fact that it spins is just incredible. I’ve never seen a bronze that spins.
    Regards,
    George

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  • Ted Wilson

    I purchased Pete and pine needle in Aspen probably 20-25years ago. Everyone loves it! Just wonder what the value is today. Have no intention of selling, and think I paid approximately 1500to 2500 for it. Can’t remember.

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    • George Lundeen

      Hi Ted,

      Pete n’ Pine Needle last sold in the early 2000’s for $1500. We are not currently producing Pete n’ Pineneedle anymore.

      Kate

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