CRANE TITLE: “Daybreak Dancer”
by Sally Jurgensmier
Created by welding metal to simulate the flow of crane-like movement. Imagine this bird prancing near the river for livelihood.
As a young girl Sally was always interested in art and design. Raised on the family farm in Central Nebraska, Sallly’s roots have never strayed very far. With close family and community ties, she has remained firmly planted in thoughts of creating art from the elements that seemed to always surround her.
Returning recently to the family farm, Sally has now committed herself to sculpting and creating on a full-time basis.
“My sculptures are intended to bring a smile to your face. I take metal, which is thought to be cold, hard, and unattractive, and give it life, expression and personality.” Sally Jurgensmier
Each piece is unique and never mass produced. Each piece can be displayed indoors or out.
Sally attended High School at Minden High, Minden, NE. Sally is a 1993 graduate of Hastings College, Hastings, NE, with her BA – Art.
Other References for Sally Jurgensmier
Sally’s website: Sculptures by Sally “Woman of Steel” | http://www.sculpturesbysally.com/
Heartwell native transforms metal scraps into works of art | Kearney HUB (Dec. 16, 2013)
Her View from Home “Woman of Steel” | http://herviewfromhome.com/woman-of-steel/
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