Sculptor Alice Ann Ochs has worked extensively in clay and wax cast into bronze. Working in marble with Italian master craftsmen in Pietrasanta, Italy, she learned to feel the satisfaction of a creative process started hundreds of years ago. Graceful lines with a touch of realism is evident in her sculptures. Some of her bronzes are casts of the original marble.
She has studied with Clayton Staples, Louis Cicotello, Gary Coulter, George Lundeen, Dr. Wilfred Stedman, Bruno Lucchesi, Bob Gottschall and Peter Rubino. Her work has been shown at the Loveland Sculpture Show, Cook Communications Visual Expressions of Christian Faith Exhibition, Broadmoor Community Church - In Celebration of Children, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center - Collectors Choice Exhibition, Colorado 2000 Juried Exhibition and Art-On-The-Streets, 1999 and 2000 in downtown Colorado Springs. Commissions and public works:
• Colorado Springs Patty Jewett Golf Course, bronze portrait of Mr. William K. Jewett
• First United Methodist Church in Colo. Springs-Memorial Garden, bronze, Loving Arms
• Humane Society on Abbott St., bronze, Francie
• Cave of the Winds, bronze and stone, Wind Spirit