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Wayne Salge


     Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. Wayne trained formally at San Antonio College and La Villita School of Art in his hometown. His career has ranged from a television art director to an Army illustrator to an advertising agency art director and to a free-lance graphic designer and illustrator.  Wayne has been sculpting and casting his stylized works in bronze for the last ten years.  His body of work numbers over eighty pieces primarily in small limited editions that range in size from five inched to nine feet in height. 

     Wayne Salge now resides in Colorado.  In his bronze sculpture, Salge moves beyond anatomically accurate rendering to capture the essence of the personality of a horse, long-horn cattle, or other wildlife.  He says of sculpting the horse, "I'm interested mainly in the overall look of the piece - seeing how far I can push the limits and still capture the horse - rather the different areas being correct. My sculpture can become abstract and people still know what they are."

     He enjoys finding the balance between the literal and the figurative. "...It's just how I see it," he says of his approach. "Pure abstraction is not as challenging to me. With abstract work you can go in all directions, but that doesn't do as much for me as making something recognizable.  In a way it's more of a challenge."


Born November 10, 1941 San Antonio, TX


San Antonio TX 1941 - 1966

Massachusetts, 1966-67

Viet Nam 1967-68

Washington, D.C. 1968-70

Denver, CO 1970-2000

Johnstown, CO current home and studio


San Antonio College, San Antonio, TX

La Villita School of Art, San Antonio, TX

Bronze foundry workshop, Denver, CO

Stone sculpture workshop, Golden, CO


Television art director

Army illustrator

Advertising agency art director

Free lance graphic designer and illustrator

Painter (oils and acrylics)

Sculptor (stone and bronze)


National Sculpture Society – Elected Member

National Sculptors’ Guild – Associate Member


“Antonio” – Steamboat Springs, CO

“Spirit of Reconciliation” – The Conflict Center, Denver, CO

“Cimarron” – Benson Park, Loveland, CO

“Antonio” – Summerville, SC

“Sizzling Sisters” – Little Rock, AR

“Crab Louis” – Whittier, CA

“Sierra” – Little Rock, AR

“Cecil” – Little Rock, AR

“Whoo” – Tampa Bay, FL

“Whoo” – Little Rock,AR

“Gibson” – Benson Park, Loveland, CO


“Saguaro” – Omni Interlocken Resort – Broomfield, CO

“Gallatin” – Four Seasons Hotel – Denver, CO

“Duo” – The Ritz-Carlton, Batchelor Gulch – Beaver Creek, CO

“Cut Loose” – Steele Street Bank & Trust – Denver, CO

Wayne Salge July 2018


North American Sculpture Exhibition at Foothills Art Center • Golden, CO

Sculpture in the Park • Loveland, CO

Joy of Sculpture, Colorado History Museum • Denver, CO

Sedona Sculpture Walk • Sedona, AZ

Colorado Governor's Invitational Art Show • Loveland, CO

The Albuquerque Museum Miniatures Show • Albuquerque, NM

La Quinta Arts Festival • La Quinta, CA

National Sculpture Society Annual Exhibitions • Brookgreen Gardens, SC

Sculpture in the South • Summerville, SC

New Bern Sculpture Show • New Bern, NC

Featured Artist at Saks Galleries • Denver, CO

Sculpture at the River Market • Little Rock, AR

American Art Invitational • Denver, CO

Sculpture in the Hills • Hill City, SD

Sculpture in the High Desert, • Bend, OR

SculptureWalk • Sioux Falls, SD

Small Works Great Wonders • National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum • OKC

Southeastern Wildlife Exposition • Charleston, SC

Art on the Llano Estacado • TTU Museum, Lubbock, TX

Mt. Pisgah Cemetery Sculpture Program • Gillette, WY


Feature Article “The Equine Image” April/May 1999 Issue

Profile “SouthwestArt” July 1999 Issue

Article “InformArt” Summer 2000 Issue

Feature Article “SouthwestArt” April 2002 Issue

Article “Wildlife Art” March/April 2003 Issue

Feature Article “Loveland Reporter-Herald” November, 2005

Article “Savannah Morning News” May 14, 2009

Article “Loveland Reporter-Herald” August 5, 2009

Article “Longmont Times-Call” August 7, 2009

Book “Sculpture of the Rockies” 2009

Profile “SouthwestArt” July 2010 Issue

Article “Colorado Homes & Lifestyles” June. July 2010 Issue

Article “Loveland Reporter-Herald” August, 2010

Article “Denver Magazine” August 2010 – Four Seasons Hotel Collection

Article “SouthwestArt” November 2012

Profile “Sculpture News” National Sculpture Society – July/August 2013

Feature Article “SouthwestArt” July 2015 Issue



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