Focusing on animals as subject matter, Gerald Balciar works in both bronze and stone. Preferring to portray the gentle side of nature, Gerald’s sculptures range from small to monumental installations. In 1995, he carved an 18ft high, 16,000 pound marble cougar, Canyon Princess from a single piece of marble which is installed at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.
A member of the National Sculpture Society, the Society of Animal Artists, Allied Artists and the Northwest Rendezvous Group, Gerald’s sculptures are in collections of the Wildlife Heritage Museum, The National Museum of Wildlife Art, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, C.M. Russell Museum, Denver Zoo, Beaver Creek Resort, Leanin’ Tree Museum and Westminster Sculpture Garden.