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Bronze with wooden base (8.25" x 5" x 4")
"To me, art is not a luxury, but is a basic human necessity. Art can, and should, remind us of our humanity, and that of others, and enhance the quality of our lives. From the earliest artists, Stone Age storytellers around a fire in a cave, to the painters and sculptors and architects of today, art has pervaded and shaped our societies. To me, an artist is not primarily a creator, but is rather a conduit - absorbing, translating, and conveying messages of value to others, living or centuries yet to be born." -John Soderberg
John Soderberg circled the world eight times and visited more than 40 countries before graduating high school in Thailand. He started making art and sculpting at a very young age. He participated in an Artist in Residence at Northern Arizona University and later received his Ph.D. in Humane Letters from that institution. He has since completed monumental bronze commissions for private parties, corporations, churches, and organizations across the world! John became involved with service-work in the military and has since donated a large portion of his time, money and work, focusing on children and women in need. He has worked with domestic abuse shelters, Amnesty International, Free the Slaves, Rancho Feliz, Big brothers, Big Sisters, and many other groups and causes. In the late 90s, John was knighted by Ulf Hamilton, a Swedish Count, for his service. He still lives and works and is an active member of the community here in Sedona.