First ever Guest Exhibition at the Allan Houser Sculpture Gardens

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Allan Houser Foundry in Santa Fe showcases work by David Pearson

David has a long association with Allan Houser and with our foundry and it is very fitting that his work should be displayed here

Allan Houser, Inc. and Allan Houser Foundry are pleased to announce a unique exhibition at the Allan Houser Sculpture Gardens. The exhibit features a retrospective of three decades of sculpture by renowned artist, David Pearson.

David Pearson, a life long resident of New Mexico, was immensely influenced by Allan Houser's life, work and dedication to the three-dimensional artwork of sculpting. Pearson had modeled his career after Allan Houser and takes great pride in the inspiration that the master gave to him from the way he constructed his studio, his dedication to the art and passion he brings to his work.

“We are delighted to welcome David Pearson to show his wonderful work at our Sculpture Gardens” said Kim Bourne, CEO of Allan Houser, Inc. “David has a long association with Allan Houser and with our foundry and it is very fitting that his work should be displayed here”

We invite you to witness this historic event, Pearson's body of work in conjunction with his mentor, Allan Houser in a magnificent setting. The event will take place on Sunday, September 20th in the Visitors Center at the Allan Houser Sculpture Gardens. David Pearson was among the first people associated with the Allan Houser Foundry which has, since 1995, been casting the remaining editions of the work of Allan Houser along with other leading artists from around the world.

Allan Houser, Inc. was established in 1982 and its mission is to preserve and present the lifetime work of the Modern American Master Artist, Allan Houser. It also produces limited edition works from original molds or patterns created by Allan Houser and from molds provided by other select artists. Its offices are on a 110 acre estate south of Santa Fe which encompasses the late artist’s studios, sculpture gardens, a gallery, and full-service art foundry. It also operates a gallery in downtown Santa Fe and maintains affiliations with galleries and museums across the US and the world.

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