Works by Kent Ullberg

Toro Bravo
17" x 17" x 7.5" Bronze
Artist Bio
Corpus Cristi, TX - A native of Sweden, Kent Ullberg is recognized as one of world's foremost wildlife sculptors. He studied at the Swedish Konstfack University College of Art in Stockholm and at museums in Germany, the Netherlands and France. He lived for seven years in Botswana, Africa serving the last four years as curator of the Botswana National Museum and Art Gallery. He has made his home permanently in the United States where he now lives on Padre Island, Corpus Christi, Texas. He also maintains a studio in Loveland, Colorado.

He is best known for the monumental works he has executed for museums and municipalities from Stockholm, Sweden, to Cape Town, South Africa. His Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Omaha, Nebraska installations are the largest wildlife bronze compositions ever created, spanning several city blocks.

Ullberg's work has been shown and can be found in major museums and corporate headquarters around the globe. His sculptures can also be found in the private collections of world leaders and celebrities. Kent Ullberg is a major supporter of many wildlife conservation efforts. In 1996 he received the Rungius Medal, the highest honor bestowed by the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, given to artists, authors and conservationists who have made significant contributions to the interpretation and conservation of wildlife and its habitat.


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