Sculpture By Stephen Kishel
Bluffton, South Carolina
Phone: 843-263-6940
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Herman Leonhardt - Master Glass Blower

Swamp Artist Herman Leonhardt is alive and well in, you guested it, the swamps along edisto river. His day start early feed the dogs, stoke the fire and blow glass, teach glass blowers, deliver glass, feed the dogs, stoke the fire, sleep and start over.

Monumental Sculpture of Fire Hydrant

Large Public Sculpture created by South Carolina Sculptor and Painter Blue Sky. To see more points of interest in Columbia S.C. go to www.coolumbia.net South Carolina is the state-of-the-art.

Inside my art studio

I decided it is about time to take some time away from sculpting, and personalize my art studio with this mural, titled "Perceptions of Life"


Free Standing Aluminum Sculpture coming together Brushed metal with swirls and grinder marks to bring out the bright aluminum finish


Another view of commissioned sculpture soon to be completed and clear coated


Commissioned work being created Non-Ferris metal gives indoor outdoor possibilities

The Sippin Cow Cafe in Bluffton South Carolina

Its not Alices Restaurant but its close, They make the best omelet in the south.

The Sippin Cow Cafe

chicago has fiberglass cows and Bluffton has sippin cows The Sippin Cow is now located behind Palmetto State Bank, if you need directions just ask a local.

Aquatic Habitate

A world set apart from us and for the most part unspoiled by us. Only those curious enough to see it for themselves understand, the rest see thru the eyes of someone else or their camera.

Concrete wall sculpture

Created by R.F. Kishel over 35 years ago and still as contemporary, and modern looking as ever. To walk in ones foot steps who is as far ahead of his time as my father is a daunting task, however one I wholeheartedly embrace. For more examples of this visionary artist and sculptor go to www.afstudios.com and click on links, then click on Dick Kishel.

The Guitar Player at the Old Oyster Factory

Inspired by Rober Ingman at Hiltonhead Islands Old Oyster Factory. I have alway loved the sound of Guitar music and especially liked Neil Youngs Heart of Gold, and I too traveled the ocean for a heart of gold.

What do you see in the clouds

Puff said the Big Dog
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