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Carol Sue & Donald Horstman

Horstman Studio and Sculpture Park, 56 East Lakewood Dr.
Fenton, MO 63026, U.S.A.
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Phone: (636)349-1712     Fax: (636)349-1712

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Horstman Studio and Sculpture Park provides studio and exhibition space for two award winning artists, Carol Sue and Donald Horstman. Both artists have work in many corporate and private collections. The sculpture park provides a natural setting for contemporary outdoor sculpture.

When in Missouri don’t miss an opportunity to visit the Horstman Studio and Sculpture Park just south of Saint Louis in Fenton. Tours are by appointment only. Carol Sue and Donald are available to develop ideas with clients and architects and will conduct workshops for a fee.

For more information regarding our product, prices, and specific directions to our location contact us at 56 East Lakewood Dr., Fenton, Missouri, 63026, U.S.A. or (636) 349-1712. You will be delighted with what you see and experience.

Donald Horstman: B.F.A. Washington University, M.A.T. Webster University

As a sculptor and painter I offer a representation of texture, light, mass and translucent space in the minimalist tradition. My art is sometimes created from industrial scrap which brings new life to the castoff of industry; and often fabricated from stainless steel which brings rich new forms to life. My painting presents the viewer with new forms abstracted from my subconsious realization of form and space. The end result of each medium is a deeper understanding of the natural relationships that occur in each persons private sensibilities, not unlike the stimulation of a symphony.

Carol Sue Horstman: B.F.A Washington University

We weave a web unaware we weave. I exalt the small act, positioning that work on a continuum with larger phenomena, a stance that describes my aesthetic, encompassing my ethics of being in which nothing stands apart. My personal and global are profoundly linked. My works create a spiritual life web that binds us all together: We weave a web unaware we weave.
In a time of soulless mechanization, mediated experiences, and anonymous production and reproduction my work reminds you of who we are and how we are woven together in spirit.
My artist’s soul hears the smallest cry in the darkness.
My works take flight with lyrical, curative powers. I resuscitate wonder, restoring essential connections and healing our hearts.
My works are monumental at twelve feet and meaningful at twelve inches. I work in steel, wire, stoneware, found objects, printmaking and painting.