Dan Ostermiller

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Dan Ostermiller (born 1956 in Cheyenne, Wyoming[1]) is an American sculptor best known for his depictions of animals.[2] As of 2012, he is president of the National Sculpture Society.[3] He resides in Loveland, Colorado.[4]


Ostermiller's works are on display in numerous public venues, for example:


  1. ^ Gussie Fauntleroy (May 2001), "30 Stars of 30 Years", Southwest Art 
  2. ^ Rosemary Carstens (March 2011), "Featured artist — Dan Ostermiller – Circle of life", Southwest Art, retrieved 2012-10-10 
  3. ^ Leadership, National Sculpture Society, archived from the original on 2012-10-11, retrieved 2012-10-10 
  4. ^ Jessica Benes (May 14, 2012), Loveland will host national sculpture conference, Loveland Reporter-Herald, retrieved 2012-10-10 
  5. ^ Artists - Dan Ostermiller, National Museum of Wildlife Art, retrieved 2012-10-10 
  6. ^ Capitol tours - Capitol history - Capitol exterior, State of Wyoming, archived from the original on 2012-10-08, retrieved 2012-10-10 
  7. ^ "Bronze Sculpture on Display at Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center", Press release, U.S. National Park Service, March 3, 2008, retrieved 2012-10-10 
  8. ^ "Scottish Angus Cow and Calf", Creativity Resource for Teachers, Denver Art Museum, retrieved 2012-10-10 
  9. ^ Save Outdoor Sculptures! (1994). "The Golden Eagle, (sculpture)". SOS!. Smithsonian. Retrieved 4 November 2010. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Eaton, Jim (1990). Ostermiller: A Sculptor of Animals. Santa Fe: Action Press, in association with Fenn Galleries. ISBN 096268810X. 
  • Spanierman Gallery (2001). Dan Ostermiller: Sculptor. New York: Spanierman Gallery, LLC. ASIN B002NGL0DK.