Scarlett Kanistanaux

Scarlett Kanistanaux, a renowned Colorado sculptor, has gained significant recognition for her deeply evocative portraits, primarily of young monks and nuns, inspired by Buddhist traditions. Typical to her works are the rich, clay and bronze texture that further's the works presence.   Many are large and in residences or lobbies Her unique approach involves sculpting from the "inside out," which infuses her clay figures with a lifelike presence and a soulful depth​.

Kanistanaux's work has been featured in several notable exhibitions and has garnered significant awards. In 2009, she received the Pietro and Alfrieda Montana Memorial Prize at the National Sculpture Society’s 76th Annual Exhibition in New York City.  The following yera, 2010, she won first place in the "Colorado Clay" exhibition at the Foothills Art Center. Her success continued with the "Art of the State" exhibition at the Arvada Center in 2013. 

Her sculptures have been displayed in various galleries and art fairs, including Art Palm Beach in 2014 and SOFA in Chicago from 2011 to 2013. Additionally, Kanistanaux's work is part of the collections at institutions such as the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art and has been showcased in the "Loveland Sculpture Invitational" and the juried "Sculpture in the Park" in Loveland, Colorado​. 

For more detailed information about Scarlett Kanistanaux and select works, contact a specialist today to verify availability either online request or toll free at 1.877.331.8401. 

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