Sculptor, master metal finisher, and bronze foundry owner. His artistic work has long been inspired by his spiritual experiences and his heritage; Celtic and Native American themes are evident in many of his pieces.
Like these rich traditions, bronze has an ancient history—nearly unchanged for thousands of years—that connects deeply to Grant’s work style. Although he has fabricated and sculpted with other metals, Grant finds bronze to be his most natural medium, as a material and as a meditation.
“It has to do with what is ancient and what is modern,” he says. “Working with bronze is like stepping back in time, both with my hands and with my place in the world. I feel that through bronze I can look back, in order to go forward.”
Over the years, Grant’s study of world religions and the interconnectedness of all human beings has provided a broad perspective that is evident in his latest work. Such a deep well might take a lifetime to plumb, and the writings of Bahá’í scholars, among others, are a bountiful resource.
Often Grant’s pieces reflect themes recurrent among many cultures. Often they remind us of journeys at once personal and universal.
Grant's work is available
...at galleries, through agents, and at special venues in the Black Hills and New York areas. Prices are consistent regardless of location. However, shipping fees are additional.
Below, you can see what pieces are available through the various sources. You are welcome to contact representatives directly, or contact Grant or his foundry for additional information and referrals.
Thanks for your interest!