Ann LaRose Bio

Ann LaRose, American

As a young girl traveling abroad Ann’s earliest exposure to art was through tours of European museums. On a trip to Italy at age fifteen she decided that she wanted to be a sculptor, but it wasn’t until a trip to Art Castings of Colorado in 1979 that she realized her goal was possible. Ann is a full time professional sculptor and has been casting her work in Loveland, Colorado since 1979.

Since receiving her art degree in 1970 from Oklahoma College of Liberal Arts, Ms. LaRose has exhibited her work throughout the United States. A few special exhibitions have included: The Pen and Brush Sculpture Exhibition in New York, receiving an Honorable Mention Award; the Idaho Governor's Exhibition; The National Arabian Horse Show; National Wildlife Exhibition in Oregon; the Park City Art Festival in Utah; Affaire in the Gardens, Beverly Hills, California; a European exhibit; "Sculpture in the Park" in Loveland, Colorado; a single artist exhibit at the Washington County Arts Museum, Hagerstown, Maryland in 1990; the 1991 Allied Artists of America 78th Annual Exhibition in New York City; the 1992 Sedona Sculpture Walk; Best of Scottsdale 1992; and The Nicolaysen Museum Show for 1992.


"Ultimate Swimmers" bronze sculpture by Ann LaRose

Title: "Ultimate Swimmers"

Sculpture Medium: Bronze Sculpture

Dimensions: 18" x 13" x 8"

Retail Price: $3,000.00

Asking Price: $1,275.00