The sculpture of Dan Ostermiller is usually given the label “animal sculpture”, however, within that field can be found a wide range of subjects and interpretations. From the barnyard to the vast American Great Plains, from the back porch to the Zambezi Valley, Ostermiller’s animals are studies in elegance and power. They are also depictions of their very essence – the lumbering strength of the grizzly, the feline grace of the cat or the charming vulnerability of the lop-eared rabbit.
Click on the images below to view Dan Ostermiller's artwork available for sale at this year's show.
The chill of the morning air in the Okavango Delta makes a young Kudu hunch up waiting for the sun to shine.