Originally from Northern Illinois, Steven Alden Carpenter
has lived in York, Maine for 15 years. He came to art at an early age. First beginning in the graphic arts, and free-lance illustration he then combined his artistic sensibilities with physical labor and created a stonescaping business which he has fostered over the last 13 years. He says “I will always love the process that stone-walling involves, but when I found sculpting I knew I had found my calling in
Through the stonework, Steven was able to learn about three
dimensional forms and texture. He also learned how the body functions and feels while in movement. These are all elements that he now applies to his sculpture. His work tends to be
representational and figurative and is usually cast in bronze. He has always been interested in the human figure and the human condition. They provide a never ending source of forms and ideas
that he continues to explore.
Steven’s sculpture is now being represented at the Bowersock Gallery in Provincetown, Ma, and at the Barn Gallery in Ogunquit, ME for the past two summers. He is a member of the New England Sculpture Association and his work has been featured in several publications including Artscope Magazine, Accent Magazine, Portsmouth Magazine, and the Portsmouth Herald. Steven, and fellow sculptor Christopher Gowell have been
chosen to collaborate and produce a monument in Portland, Maine. It is a tribute to Maines fishing industry and fisherman who have been lost at sea.
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