Artist Lori Kiplinger Pandy sculpts with empathy and energy. She diligently researches and gets to know and understand her subjects before creating sculptures in stylized realism.
An avid athlete with a background as an equestrian and a gymnast, Lori brings a unique understanding of anatomy and balance to her sculpture. With subtle changes in posture, gesture or weight distribution she conjures up feelings of tension, anticipation or repose.
Beneath the exuberant texture and balanced anatomy Kiplinger Pandy tells a story with the image and captures the spirit of a person or nature.
She exhibits her works in national juried shows with the Women Artists of the West, American Women Artists and the National Sculpture Society and the Loveland Sculpture in the Park. Her bronze portrait “Fierce – the Triumph of Harriet Tubman” was recently purchased by the Harriet Tubman Museum in Macon, GA.
Lori Kiplinger Pandy won scholarships to study at Ringling College of Art and Design and the Scottsdale Artists School and continues to take workshops and study anatomy and sculpting techniques.
Born in Laredo, Texas, Lori grew up traveling throughout the United States and parts of Europe and currently resides and works in Northern Colorado.