Rick Rowley Sculpture

Sedona resident Rick Rowley, a former business executive, decided in 1991 to dedicate his life to fine art. Rick’s three-dimensional art ranges in height from three inches to epic proportions exceeding 28 feet. His earthenware, bronze, exotic wood, glass, raw metal and stone creations are found in private, public and corporate collections throughout the world.   

 

Rick has received recognition at the Smithsonian and the White House and is currently working on the memorial honoring 19 Hotshot firefighters who lost their lives in the Yarnell / Prescott wildfire. He has designed as well as headed the funding concept for the installation of six life-size human figures in bronze to be placed in the city park of Long Beach, California as well as four life-size human figures in Lewistown, Montana for the Veterans Memorial Park.

 

The diversity of fine art forms Rick manifests in his studio demonstrates his passion, incessant drive towards perfection, and prolific nature. 

 

Zen Mountain Gallery is honored to represent Rick’s work. Upon request, Rick will create original or limited edition bronze figures from any of his earthenware creations, and Rick is available for commissions.

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Where to Find Us:

Zen Mountain Gallery

515 Main Street
Jerome, Arizona 86331


Phone: 928.634.5009

 

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What's New

 

 

Please join Zen Mountain Gallery for July Art Walk when Jerome artist Steve Gray will be demonstrating his Graphing Pendulum. This floor to ceiling pendulum is Steve’s unique creation which incorporates multiple pendulum movements into one larger construction and then is equipped to graph the movements of the pendulums creating mesmerizing works of art. Steve describes his pendulum saying “When the pendulums are set into motion there is a curiosity of what is
going to come. Simple pendulums have a predictable path, but when you
add two or three together the paths become unpredictable and the device
seems to have a mind of its own. When the pen drops to the paper and the
first lines begin to form I find that I can have feelings of frustration
or excitement that can morph into entirely different emotions as the
pendulum’s swing slows down and a drawing appears.
My intention is to create a way to graph frequencies of two or more
pendulums oscillating in time and space to create a visual harmony.”

Please join Zen Mountain Gallery for a glass of wine and the opportunity to experience this unique pendulum.

 

Saturday June 7th 5-8pm