Marcy Tippman studied sculpture and illustration at Art Academy of Cincinnati. She enjoys using her artistic skill in a wide range of projects, including painting, digital illustration, animation, graphic design, and sculpture. Today she works as a freelance artist from her home outside of Eugene, Oregon.
You can see examples of her work at www.marcytippman.com
Shannon Nichols is another of the talented sculptors creating original designs for Greenman Stone. Shannon has been involved and surrounded by art for her entire life, dabbling in a variety of mediums. She graduated from Oregon State University where she studied apparel design and speech communication.
Shannon lives in Portland Oregon where she works as a tattoo artist.
Greenman Stone Ltd. is a collaboration of artisans that have a combined 70 years in the statuary, sculpting, mold-making and casting business. Originally started as an importing business bringing antique garden art from Europe, the founders of Greenman Stone have brought all of their creative energies and talents to this new venture.
Cameron Nichols has been importing, designing, molding and marketing architectural and garden stonework since the mid 1980's. After an apprenticeship in England where he learned the art of creating molds and various casting techniques, Cameron founded and grew one of the largest cast stone manufacturing companies in the United States.
Greenman Stone Ltd. is his newest stone art venture.
Mahria Crawford is another hugely talented sculptor collaborating with Greenman Stone. Mahria graduated from Florida State University where she studied art history. She now works in Leavenworth, Wa. as a brand designer and illustrator.
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Cordelia Bradburn (Cordi for short) has been sculpting for around 25 years. She began with Terra Cotta and later used Bronze. She learned cast aluminum sculpture from Richard Beyer and has public installations in Puyallup, Leavenworth, San Juan Islands and Twisp, Washington.
In addition to sculpture, she has painted murals and festival windows throughout Eastern Washington. She is on the state roster of teaching artists and has taught children art for more than 30 years.
Her favorite subjects are birds, animals and Spiritual Feminine themes. She lives outside of Leavenworth, Washington in a rural setting with her husband, dogs and horses.
Greenman Stone Ltd. is excited to be working with master sculptor
Ivy Nichols. Ivy is a Northwest native. Born and raised in Western Washington, she attended Central Washington University, studying music and art and received a degree in fine art and graphic design from
Burnley School of Art in Seattle.
Ivy has been a professional artist for over 30 years and is one of the most prolific sculptors in the United States today. She has sculpted hundreds of original designs that have been reproduced into hundreds of thousands of reproductions. Also custom commissions and one off creations. Ivy is constantly working on new designs for Greenman Stone as well as her other clients.
Phyllis Emmert is a Northwest fine artist and illustrator. She has been painting all of her life, but especially since retirement has she had the time to really pursue her passion. Her earliest memories are of sitting in church looking at the religious paintings of the old masters in her mother's bible and wondering how anyone could paint such wonderful pictures.
Emmert is a self taught artist inspired especially by Andrew Wyeth, Georgia O'Keefe, Edward Hopper and the French impressionists.
Emmert has shown in both solo and group exhibits in various galleries in Washington State. She is in public and private collections nationally and private collections internationally. She does commissions and illustrates children's books.
She has recently rediscovered her love of the art of sculpture and is excited to pursue new projects.
Phyllis Emmert lives and works in Orondo, Washington
Greenman Stone welcomes Northwest artist Doug Keith and his amazing original sculpture works. Doug Keith has over twenty five years of experience as an illustrator, graphic designer and fine artist. His versatility has lead to a variety of projects including illustrating picture books, designing logos, commissions for fine art and sculpting a variety of garden characters. Doug has earned numerous awards for book illustration and a television Emmy for graphic design. He also teaches picture book illustration classes, plays electric guitar and rides his bike, though not necessarily at the same time!