A fine art bronze and pastel sculptor, Peggy Kauffman is internationally known for her portraits of both animals and people. To date, she has completed over seventy-five bronze commissioned portraits in bronze alone. The myraid hours she spends working on each wax or clay sculpture prior to fabricating a mold for casting allows her to give the attention to detail necessary to render the soul of a subject.
Peggy has recently illustrated two published books:
The Fox's Morning - Anne McIntosh
Clayton in the Moonlight - Jessi McQuilkin (release date this October)
Her past and present subjects include: human, equine, canine, feline, cattle, deer, and llamas. She studied at Bennett College in Millbrook, New York, and at the Maryland Institute in Baltimore. She lives in Millerton, New York. To memorialize a child or a pet contact Peggy at firstname.lastname@example.org
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