Realistic and abstract sculpture in bronze, fine art acrylic and stainless steel, mostly of dogs and horses in addition to the human form and other subject matter. I love to capture the beauty, expression and proper physical form of my subjects and to raise awareness for our service animals and animal causes.
Susan Bahary is one of the foremost artists specializing in the unique medium of fine art acrylic as well as bronze and stainless steel. Her sculptures of equine, canine and human subjects have been featured in such national media as CNN, FOX News, NBC, and Discovery Channel among others. Since 1994, her Military Working Dog related works have had the honor and distinction of being located in museums such as the National Museum of the Marine Corps, veterinary schools such as UC Davis, military bases such as Quantico and public installations worldwide, and has been featured in many books and films including the recent and first war dog feature film, MGM’s “Max.”
This summer Susan Bahary created first War Animals Memorial for the nine million animals that died in the Western Front in WWI in Pozieres, France in the Somme Valley. In addition, she created an Australian War Animals Memorial for Queensland, Australia in the State’s Heritage Rose Garden.
Bahary’s sculptures are collected by noted authorities and art collectors in the equine and canine world including royal families. She accepts select private commissions.
Susan Bahary’s works can be viewed at: www.baharystudios.com and www.facebook.com/baharystudios She may be reached at her Novato Arts Building studio at: 415-531-9212.