Accomplished sculptor, Rip Caswell, is popular with private and corporate collectors worldwide. He has created more than 200 sculptures of various subjects in contemporary and realistic styles.
The son of a professional guide and outfitter, Rip Caswell moved to the Northwest when he was just six years old. Everything about art attracted the young boy. His professional career has evolved as he mastered distinctly different art forms.
An authority in wildlife art, Caswell's collectibles are credited to his deep understanding of living creatures – human and animal – in their natural environment. His sculptures have a life and breath of their own.
Caswell often serves as a judge in competitions and presents at seminars. Recently sought after for public speaking, Rip's inspirational talks are educational as well as artistically moving. The ability to share his art and love of nature with others has become a key ingredient in appreciating Caswell's vision. Many art galleries, publications and television broadcasts also have featured his works.
Recent commissions include the larger-than-life-sized sculptures of Mary, Joseph and the Crucifixion located at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Wichita, KS and the Admiral Chester W. Nimitz Memorial, for the Naval Order of the United States, to be installed at the USS Missouri National Monument in Pearl Harbor, HI in late summer of 2013. Please see our events page for installation information.