A Blessing of Animals

The National Sculpture Society is pleased to present A Blessing of Animals, a juried exhibition of monumental animal sculpture, showing exclusively at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City and at Naples Botanical Garden in Florida. Opening on Saturday, June 10, in Manhattan, the juried exhibition features the works of 26 sculptors from around the United States. The show remains on view through September 10 before traveling to Naples, Florida where it will be on display from October 1 to January 31 2018. The opening reception is on Friday, June 23rd 2017, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at The Cathedral of St. John the Devine.  Everyone is welcome. Please RSVP at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

"Aristocracy" by D. L. Engle is among the works shown in A Blessing of Animals.

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California Sculptors

"Happy Bear" by D. L. Engle at the National Sculpture Society group show at Spark's Gallery in San Deigo CA. March, 2017

NSS Sparks with Sonya HB group

The Wildling Museum

On view May 28, 2014 through November 3, 2014

Selections by D. L. Engle explores the sculpture of North American native fauna created by Southern California artist D.L. Engle. The
exhibition of animal sculptures includes “Puma Ways”, a beautiful bronze mountain lion in the Wildling’s permanent collection. The
exhibit includes three limited edition bronzes and a working maquette in plaster of a coyote. This plaster maquette demonstrates the
first stages of the development of a sculptural composition. Engle’s sculptures are characterized by an expressive emotional quality
and powerful presence. Engle is the inaugural recipient of the Marilyn Newmark Memorial Grant awarded by the National Sculpture
Society; an unrestricted prize of $5000 awarded to a sculptor who has demonstrated a commitment to sculpting animals and outstanding
ability in their body of work. Engle will present a talk and demonstration on her working process at the Wildling on Nov.1, 2014.

The Wildling Museum  1511 Mission Dr, Solvang, CA 93463  (805) 688-1082



The California Art Club 103rd Annual Jurried Gold Medal Exhibition 

March 30th – April 20th 2014
The Autry National Center 4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA 90027

Jaguar Night, twenty seven inches long, ceramic with a natural fired black copper crystalline finish and jade eyes. Aristocracy,
seven inches long, limited edition bronze with a gold leaf patina.