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Drive up Bishop's Lodge Road to Shidoni
to visit our Bronze and Arts Galleries and stroll through our five acres of Sculpture Gardens.

Tuesday - Saturday
10am - 5pm

Holly Young
"Summer Day"

Bronze // Water Feature // 25 x 27 x 27 Inches // $11,000 // HYOU51681

Robert Winston "Mesquite End Table"

Wood // 21 x 18 x 21 Inches // $1,100 // RWIN00620

Bill Weaver
"The Mountains Comb the Clouds"

Bronze // 14 3/8 x 22 1/4 x 3 5/8 Inches // $4,000 // BWEA09913

Bill Weaver

Bronze // 16 3/4 x 12 3/8 x 5 Inches // $4,000 // BWEA09912

Madeleine Vanderpool "French Draft Horse Relief"

Bronze // 10 x 50 x 1 Inches // $6,000 // MVAN0961

Madeleine Vanderpool
"Large Western Horse with Saddle"

Bronze // 30 x 36 x 11 1/2 Inches // $12,000 // MVAN0963

Ramon Valdez "Serendipity"

Entrance Table // Wood // 38 x 40 x 16 Inches // $2,400 // RVAL00002

Ramon Valdez "Morticia"

Wood // 34 x 30 x 30 Inches // $3,900 // RVAL00003

Heinz Truckl
"Fork Chair"

Mixed Media // 64 x 18 x 20 Inches // $3,800 // THEI0012

Alan Stirt
"Too Many Triangles"

Wood // 1 1/2 x 23 1/2 x 23 1/2 Inches // $1,800 // ASTI0013

Alan Stirt
"Curly Maple Bowl"

Wood // 4 x 11 x 11 Inches // $350 // ASTI0012

Alexander Smith "Kani"

Bronze // 13 x 10 x 10 Inches // $4,500 // ASMI00003

Shidoni Holiday Bronze
"New Mexico Quail"

Bronze // 4 x 5 x 3 Inches // $300 // SHIO00140

Shidoni Holiday Bronze "Delicate Balance"

Bronze // 5 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 3 Inches // $450 // SHIO00230

Sharman Owings "Floral Painting

Painting // 6 x 6 x 1/2 Inches EACH // $350 EACH // SHOW00006

Sharman Owings "Floral Painting"

Painting // 6 x 6 x 1/2 Inches EACH // $350 EACH // SHOW00001

Todd Ouwehand "Untitled Trapezoid Tables (Pair)"

Wood // 18 x 18 x 18 Inches // $2,120 // TOUW00008

Todd Ouwehand "Red Chile Nesting Triangle Table Pair"

Wood // 18 x 25 1/2 x 18 Inches // $2,200 // TOUW00007

Tammy Otten "Grizzly"

Bronze // 10 x 16 x 7 Inches // $3,000 // TOTT0023

Scott Nelles "Bass Cowboy"

Mixed Media // 8 1/2 x 14 x 5 Inches // $275 // SNEL00943

Scott Nelles
"Land Speed Racer"

Bronze and Aluminum // 4 x 13 x 3 Inches // $350 // SNEL00926

Bill Mauldin
"Why the Hell Weren't You Born a Beautiful Woman?"

Bronze // 6 x 9 x 8 Inches // $4,500 // BMAU0032

Bill Mauldin "Cavalry Sargent"

Bronze // 7 x 7 1/2 x 7 Inches // $4,500 // BMAU0033

Lance Latham
"A Horse is a Horse"

Bronze // 3 3/4 x 5 x 3 Inches // $850 // LLAT00972

Sandra Kaplan "Golden Waters"

Photograph on Handmade Paper // 21 x 25 x 1 1/2 Inches // $1,200 // SKAP00003

Sandra Kaplan "Autumn Dream"

Photograph on Handmade Paper // 21 1/2 x 25 1/2 x 1 1/2 Inches // $1,200 // SKAP00000

Sandra Golbert "Silent Chimes - Amance"

Silk // 50 x 7 x 7 Inches // $525 // SGOL00013

Sandra Golbert "Lotus Leaf Basket"

Fiber Arts // 14 x 10 x 10 Inches // $385 // SGOL0004

Fred Briscoe
"Wild Ride"

Alabaster // 38 x 18 x 11 Inches // $15,000 // FBRI00007

Fred Briscoe
"There and Back IV"

Steel // 108 x 48 x 48 Inches // $60,000 // FBRI00006

Karen Avila

Bronze // $50 // KAVI09998


Shidoni's Sculpture Supply Store has a large number of hand tools, armatures and wire, calipers and other essentials available for sale.

- Sculpting Tools
- Armature Kits
- Wire
- Oil Based Sculpting Clay
- Shidoni's own blend of Casting Wax
- Victory Brown Wax
- Sprue Wax
- Mold Making Supplies
- Patina Chemicals

- Literature
- Safety Supplies


Be sure to ask about the
‘Convenient Payment Program’

as a way to purchase your new
piece of art.


1508 Bishop's Lodge Rd.
Santa Fe, NM 87506

Inflate Your Art Collection
Photo: Cathy Chemistruck
Albuquerque International Balloon Festival (Click HERE for Event)

Shidoni would like to celebrate the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta with you!

Shidoni Arts Gallery
The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta
is a world-renowned attraction and destination on Saturday October 7th thru Sunday October 15th, 2017 (

The Balloon Fiesta—with over 700 hot air balloons, is the largest ballooning event on earth, the most photographed event on earth, and the largest annual international event held in the United States.

Since crowds for some of their events are in excess of 80,000 people, arriving sooner is better. So during those times in-between events, or after their early morning launch, come on down to Shidoni Gallery located just Five Miles North of Downtown Santa Fe, open Tuesday thru Saturday 10am-5pm in either rain or shine.

With its large wooden beam construction and brick floors, visitors are invited to browse among the largest selection of contemporary sculpture to be found in the Southwest. Works in bronze, stainless steel, glass, wood, and mixed media representing over 100 local and nationally known artists, are available for purchase and priced for every budget.
Shidoni Arts Gallery

Available Tuesday thru Saturday, from 10am-5pm(MT), write us at, or call us at 505.988.8001 ext 120.

But again, if distance separates us, come fulfill your artistic needs on our newly designed website at, we are always prepared to ship around the world at a moment’s notice.

Shidoni Bronze Gallery

Jeff Rutledge "Raindrop"

Stainless Steel // 108 x 26 x 23 1/2 Inches // $16,000 // JRUT00003

Jeffrey "Jeff" Rutledge

Sculptor Jeffrey Rutledge began his formal training at Wright State, where he graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in sculpture in 1975. He earned his MFA in sculpture from the University of Cincinnati in 1986 and sought additional training at the Oxbow School of Art in Saugatuck, Michigan and the Hobart Welding School of Troy, Ohio.

Jeff founded a greeting card company, worked as a videographer, graphic artist, photographer, public relations specialist, and held various teaching positions. In San Francisco, he did fabrication for renowned sculptor Fletcher Benton. In 1991, he opened a gallery and studio in Dayton, which he recently closed to spend more time on his sculpture. Jeff's first major show was at the Dayton Art Institute in 1983 as part of a group, Manipulated Planes. A solo show followed in 1984 at the Gruen Gallery of Chicago as well as participation in the Chicago International Art Exposition at the Navy Pier and an invitational show at Kent State University's Gallery. Recently, Jeff has had an extensive exhibition of his outdoor sculpture at Centerville Landscaping and was invited to show his sculpture Spirole at the prestigious Biennale of International Contemporary Art in Florence, Italy. He shipped the 300-pound stainless steel work and was able to spend time in Florence during the exhibition.

Jeff's work, which is also in many private collections, may be seen in the corporate collections of the Governor of Ohio; the Estate of Helene Curtis, Chicago, IL; the Hobart Welding Company of Troy, Ohio; the National Cash Register Co. of Dayton; and the City of Dayton.

Jeff Rutledge "Stainless Steel Floral I"

Stainless Steel // 48 x 22 1/2 x 11 Inches // $650 // JRUT00000

Jeff Rutledge "Untitled"

Stainless Steel // 86 x 22 x 16 Inches // $12,000 // JRUT00004

Jeff Rutledge "6 Daisies"

Stainless Steel // 21 1/2 x 17 x 6 Inches // $350 // JRUT00002

Daniel P. Kronberg "From Out of Nowhere"

Bronze // 3 1/2 x 2 x 1 1/2 Inches // $700 // DKRO10109

Daniel P Kronberg

He attended New York University on scholarship and studied in their industrial arts program, and in September of 1964, he began a four-year apprenticeship with the Danish Silversmith, Inc. in Providence, Rhode Island. He also enrolled in classes at the Rhode Island School of Design, studying jewelry design at night.

He worked long hours as an apprentice, perfecting his skills making models, molds, and waxes and discovered his passion for miniature work with great detail. He started his first business creating sculptures for dollhouses as well as making collectible miniatures, during his career as a model maker, he created thousands of originals for jewelry, specializing in incredibly realistic charms.

In national and international art shows, he has won First Place for Sculpture in Washington D.C., Florida, New Mexico and Georgia. Each year, his work can be seen at the Albuquerque Museum of Art in their national, juried, miniature show. He also exhibits every August at the juried Loveland Sculpture Invitational Show and Sale, the largest sculpture exhibition in the world, held in Loveland, Colorado. His commissioned work includes collaborative work with internationally renowned knife maker Owen Wood, designing and sculpting for a rose dagger and a stallion-handled sword cane, as well as a two-foot high bucking horse mascot for the New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, New Mexico.

Daniel P. Kronberg "Oral History"

Bronze // 1 x 1 x 1 Inches // $400 // DKRO10127

Daniel P. Kronberg "Pursuit and Flight"

Bronze // 4 x 7 x 3 Inches // $900 // DKRO10120

Daniel P. Kronberg "Rendezvous"

Bronze // 3 1/2 x 2 x 2 Inches // $460 // DKRO10121

Daniel P. Kronberg "Dog Park"

Bronze // 1 1/2 x 4 x 4 Inches // $600 // DKRO10128

Charles Allmond "Moonbird"

Bronze // 14 x 7 x 5 1/2 Inches // $3,900 // CALL09996

Charles Allmond

He finds inspiration in the natural world. Primarily a direct carver in stone and wood, the artist also produces limited editions of many of his works in bronze. His distinctive style ranges from realism to abstract. Born in 1931 in Wilmington, Delaware, he is a graduate of DuPont High School. He also holds degrees in agriculture and agronomy from the University of Delaware and in law from Temple University in Philadelphia.

Allmond served in the United States Coast Guard, and has worked as an agronomist, a seed analyst, field man for a food processing business, and manager of a crop dusting service. A lawyer for thirty years, he has been active in civic and cultural affairs and is author of several scholarly and popular articles on agriculture, history and law. He is retired from the practice of law and is a full time sculptor.

He was a past president of the Society of Animal Artists, an international organization of painters and sculptors who depict living creatures in their work. His sculptures have been exhibited widely in the United States as well as in Canada, Japan and Sweden, where the work has received critical acclaim. His work has been shown at more than 50 museums. He’s also represented in public, corporate and private collections, and has received regional and national honors. He has received one of the highest recognitions from the Salmagundi Club, the Phillip Isenberg Prize for both December, 2007 & January, 2008. The Salmagundi Club is the oldest arts club in the USA.

Charles Allmond "Joie De Vivre"

Bronze // 33 x 16 x 8 Inches // $8,500 // CALL10000

Charles Allmond "Nemesis"

Bronze // 20 x 8 x 5 1/2 Inches // $4,500 // CALL09997

Charles Allmond "Musk Ox"

Bronze // 5 3/4 x 7 3/4 x 4 Inches // $4,300 //CALL09981

Charles Allmond "Generation Gap"

Bronze // 13 1/2 x 12 x 7 Inches // $5,800 // CALL09942

William Allen "Bull Frog (Large)"

Galvanized Steel and Copper // 32 x 55 x 43 Inches // $9,000 // WALL19926

William Allen

Raised in South Bend, Indiana he began his studies in college in Biology. What began as a night class in welding, twenty years ago, however started a lifelong passion. Having a particular fondness for nature, animals have been the focus of his art, working more recently with the human figure.

The sculptures are welded steel constructions; He begins by forming an intricate wire structure reminiscent of a three-dimensional line drawing. Attaching sheet steel of various shapes and textures to this surface which develop a "skin" over the wire form. He exposes and enhances the surface texture and much of the interior space by keeping the structure open to the play of light. As the light changes, new forms and textures emerge, creating a constantly fresh, new piece. The sculptures are galvanized and copper coated for outdoor durability and patina.

He has been commissioned to create life-sized sculptures for the Brookfield Zoo, Detroit Zoo, Field Museum of Natural History and Busch Gardens. He currently studies regularly at the Art Students League in New York.

William Allen "Constrictor Snake"

Galvanized Steel and Copper // 6 x 48 x 48 Inches // $8,800 // WALL10611

William Allen "Dragonfly (Large)"

Galvanized Steel and Copper // 56 1/2 x 39 1/2 x 12 Inches // $3,900 // WALL19981

William Allen "Octopus"

Galvanized Steel and Copper // 28 x 60 x 32 Inches // $6,800 // WALL10412

William Allen "Roadrunner"

Galvanized Steel and Copper // 19 x 7 x 22 Inches // $1,600 // WALL19976

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