About Weston Brownlee
Sculpting represents a confluence of Weston's passions: Aesthetic, nature, science, mathematics, music, history, and narrative. All find their place in his work, which depicts truly unique subjects -often the more unusual creatures in the world. His narrative compositions depict finely detailed realism, often pairing it with abstract elements to achieve a unique aesthetic harmony.
Despite having enjoyed the arts since a young age, it was not until 2009 that an unexpected turn of events propelled Weston into starting his career as a sculptor, first as an apprentice to James G. Moore. During his training he learned every facet of the lost-wax casting process, even spending time working in a bronze foundry. To this day, Weston continues to do the bulk of his own production work, including patinas. Jim and Weston remain close to this day, and even collaborate from time to time, producing sculptures together.
Weston's work is featured in public and private collections in the United States and in private collections abroad. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English: Fiction Writing, with a minor in Mandarin and graduated Cum Laude from Colorado College in 2009. Weston is a memeber of Phi Beta Kappa, and Blue Key Honor Society.