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Lori Kiplinger Pandy



Fort Collins, Colorado

Artist's Bio/Statement

In sculpting, I do more than capture the likeness of an individual. I tell their story. I share their heart.

Clay is immediate, it responds to my touch and energy. With a heavy hand and aggressive tooling I leave marks, messages of energy and movement. With a delicate hand I caress the clay and bring softness and emotion to the work.

I manipulate the clay to render my interpretations of the world around me or to tell a story. Using tension, balance and gesture I convey a thoughts, relate emotions or tell a story and in the process celebrate our world, elevating that which I feel is important.

My background in athletics give me a unique understanding of anatomy and balance and with subtle changes in posture, gesture or weight distribution I conjure up feelings of tension, anticipation or repose.

My work is exhibited in national juried shows with the Women Artists of the West, American Women Artists and the National Sculpture Society and the Loveland Sculpture in the Park. My bronze portrait “Fierce – the Triumph of Harriet Tubman” was purchased by the Harriet Tubman Museum in Macon, GA.


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Phone: 970-310-8233


“Bareback Bookworm"

Bronze edition of 20 with stone base

In her bare feet and jeans, a young girl reads her favorite book atop her patient and trusting old field-horse with her cowboy boots nearby. I sculpted this bronze for all the girls out there who spend their free time drawing horses, reading about horses, daydreaming about horses, working with and for horses and the lucky few who actually own a horse.

Dimensions: 17"H x 11"W x 21"D   
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"Do You Know Me Still?"

Bronze or Forton available

My intent when sculpting Sacagawea with her baby, Pompy, is to give some insight into what this teenage mother might be feeling when she finally encounters her people again. Sacagawea was born into the Shoshone  tribe and was kidnapped at age twelve in 1800 by the Hidatsa Sioux and taken from her native Idaho to North Dakota. Soon after she was taken as a wife by French trapper, Toussaint Charbonneau.

Dimensions 13“H x 8“W x 7“D
$3500 Bronze / $1200 Forton both with wood base
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"Two Possible Outcomes"

Bronze with wood base edition of 20

A bold and risky move has this little green tree frog is in a precarious position perched just behind the Least Bittern. In a flash the story ends - but does it end with the frog getting away or ending up as dinner?

Dimensions: 14.5“H x 10.5“W x 11“D


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“Winning Personality” 


Boer goats are simply delightful and sitting on the rocks in the mountains with these funny guys hopping around like popcorn and climbing up on your back make for one fun day. I never get over their faces - always smiling and so full of personality and mischief!

Dimensions: 5.5“H x 4“W x 4“D     
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