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Richard Loffler (b. 1956)  Artworks >>

Living in Regina, Saskatchewan, Richard Loffler is a sculptor of wildlife in a highly realistic style. In addition to painting and sculpting, he is a taxidermist for the Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History. He is a life-long Canadian who spent his childhood in Regina and loved exploring the natural world from an early age, having been allowed as a city boy to spend much time on an uncle's farm. He studied art at the University of Regina and the Kelsey Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences. He has also attended the Scottsdale Artists' School and pursued ongoing studies at zoos in Toronto, Calgary, and Phoenix. In 1988, he was accepted for membership in the Society of Animal Artists and in 1998 became a member of the National Sculpture Society of New York. In 2002 as an established and well respected wildlife sculptor, Loffler, has begun to experiment with the human form. Source

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