KEVIN McCARTHY was born in White Plains, New York in 1955. He is the son of Frank McCarthy, a well-known illustrator. Kevin developed a passion for sculpture that led him, at age 15, to Italy, where he studied the works of Michelangelo and other Renaissance masters. His formal studies began in high school under Jim Wheeler, a student of Rodin, and continued at Northern Arizona University.
In 1975 and 1976 Kevin cast his first editions of bronzes that were sold by prestigious galleries in Chicago, New York and Dallas. Kevin was featured in Southwest Art Magazine in 1986.
Black Leg Dancer" bronze by Kevin McCarthy. Limited edition bronze of 30. Kevin carefully chooses his own patinas to get just the effect he desires - and his patinas are among the best! The sculpture is 61" tall.
"Tracking the Enemy"- by Kevin McCarthy is a sight to behold. The Blackfoot warrior is depicted using his remarkable skill in sign reading to hunt down a marauding band of Crow warriors and avenge the losses of his people. The colored patinas on this piec
"Cheyenne Threat"- Depicts one of the warriors the way he might have looked on the morning of the "Battle of the Rosebud" that took place in June of 1876. The Cheyenne tribal medicine men supplied buffalo horns to the warriors that were attached to their
"Stolen Pony" by Durango artist Kevin McCarthy. Pioneer Mountain Man is racing the wind with his stolen pony. Action and movement are always present in Kevin's work. They also tend to capture a time in history and tell a tale of survival, conflict and li
" Taking Coup" is an edition of 20, this is number 16. The patina is a traditional bronze. There is a lot of movement in this sculpture,the horse is balanced on one hind hoof, and horse and rider are in mid air. Measuring 16 inches high by 15 1/2 inches l