Art. Culture. Life. Gallery Spotlight: Harold Linke

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Harold Linke creates wispy, swirling white sculptures that capture the essence of movement and emotion of the moment.  He’s placed well over 1000 sculptures in permanent public and private collections throughout the United States and the world.  
Harold’s latest achievement includes being a sculptor for Gold Medal Olympians! He created the inaugural “Davis and White Award for Global Excellence in Ice Dancing” sculpture trophy.  The award is named for Meryl Davis and Charlie White who won the gold in Sochi, Russia.  The recipients of the first award are the reigning national champions, Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue. 

The original bronze sculpture, created by Harold in his signature style, portrays the starting pose of their winning free dance. This trophy is in harmony with Harold’s simple, elegant lines and is meant to capture the evocative beauty inherent in truly artistic figure skating. The award will reside at the U.S. Figure Skating Hall of Fame in Colorado Springs.

View more of his sculptures at his Artist Gallery and in his booth #804 at the 37th La Quinta Arts Festival, March 7-10, 2019. For information and tickets, click here.