WELCOME BY pa-so Gallery

1993 gründete unser Owner & CEO Widmann H. die pa-so handcraft-native american art L.L.D in den USA. Die Heute noch 21 Galerien in den USA unterhält, mit unterschiedlichsten Arten von Kunst (Kahina`s, Pottery, Skulpturen, Sandpainings, Ölgemälden, sowie Crystal Figuren) Unser Galerien sind in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Sedona, Tuson, New Orleans, New York, Key West & Maimi.Teile dieser Kunst sind auch bei pa-so swiss in der Schweiz erhältlich.

Sollten sie einmal in die USA reisen, besuchen sie uns doch mal in einer unseren Galerien. Bitte schreiben uns ein mail unter: Gallery@pa-so.swiss und wir senden ihnen die Adresse Der Gallery aus der Stadt die sie besuchen.

Award-winning artist Kitty C. is best known for her striking sculpture of North American wildlife. Intricately designed and detailed her sculptures capture the true expressions of animals that have never known human touch.

Wolves, eagles and humpback whales are just a few subjects this native Californian has chosen to sculpt since beginning her professional career. Kitty believes that the art she creates is a tool for spreading a deeper understanding of the earth’s creatures. “If my sculptures can make people think about wildlife,” Kitty says, “then maybe they will feel compelled to help protect it.”

As a native of Southern California, Kitty C. attributes her respect for all living things to a childhood spent in the Mojave Desert. It was in this arid environment that she became acutely aware of the rhythms of nature and she constantly challenges herself to incorporate this understanding into her artwork.

Kitty C. has had a lifelong fascination with everything wild. She has studied the behaviors of animals with an artist’s eye and imagination. Her driving passion has been to capture the essence of the animals she chooses to depict in her artwork. As a self-taught sculptor, she has refined her skills as an artist for nearly a quarter of a century. It is her unique ability to capture the emotion of how we as the viewer feel about the animals she chooses to create, which has won her countless awards and critical acclaim. Her identification with the subject matter has led her to be one of the most widely collected wildlife artists working in the United States today.