Bronze Sculpture by Chris Navarro

Using versatile medium, Chris Navarro has created some of the most memorable sculptures including a life size “T Rex” for the Tate Museum in Casper Wyoming and a 16-foot tall bronze of the famous bucking horse, “Steamboat” for the University of Wyoming.

Bronze sculpting goes back to ancient civilizations like the Mesopotamia, Egypt, China, India, Greece, and Rome. The sheer quality of bronze to bring the earthy tone of the subject to life makes it one of the popular mediums for sculpting.  Using the lost-wax casting and section molding technique, bronze is used to create larger sculptures. They are strong, durable and permanent in nature which makes artists fall in love with this medium. Chris Navarro has been professionally sculpting using the bronze medium since 1986 and many have the honor of displaying his work.

Here, you will find a very distinct collection of his bronze sculptures that are for sale. These collections have been admired for their theme and precision sculpting.  If you are an art lover and a big fan of Chris Navarro, you will find these collections heart-warming.