Karen Heyl Sculpture

(513) 227-6590
Studio 101
I am a native of Cincinnati with a working studio at the PAC. Bas-relief sculpture carved in Indiana limestone is the work for which I am best known. In addition to bas-relief, I carve three dimensional statuary stone sculptures and multi-media ceramic avian vessels.


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About the Artist

Karen Heyl    My earliest memory of wanting to be an artist happened when I was five years old and my kindergarten teacher held up my drawing as an example for the rest of the class to follow. As I grew up, making art was always an important part of my life. Early on I studied watercolor/ acrylic/oil painting. In 1979, while attending the Art Academy of Cincinnati, I was introduced to stone sculpture and found it to be the medium for which I was best suited. My bas-relief work has many applications and is installed in universities, hospitals, churches, parks and recreation areas, housing communities, and corporate headquarters throughout the United States. My whimsical multi-media ceramic birds allow for color to be a part of my sculptures.





Commissions: Yes, Commissions

Pendleton Art Center

Location: Main Warehouse
Floor: 1
Studio: #101


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