This stunning bronze sculpture is called, “The Healer” and it’s on display at the Briscoe Western Art Museum in San Antonio, TX.

Click the link to learn more about the exhibits, hours of operation and prices here; https://www.briscoemuseum.org  It is one of the best stops in San Antonio by far, you will not be disappointed. 

I am still in amazement……

Sculpted by artist John Coleman, this sculpture is absolutely mesmerizing, not only in person but also in pictures. It is another sculpture that, as soon as I laid eyes on it, I knew that I had to photograph it. It’s one of those pieces that as soon as you look at it, it becomes a personal part of you and not just a “piece of art”. With one glance you can feel the dedication and love the artist put into it. 

The best thing about the artist John Coleman is, he’s not only a sculptor, but he is also a painter and a sketch artist. His work is literally breathtaking and looks as if it could come to life right before your eyes. I will forever “be in awe” by anyone who can draw, paint or sculpt. The talent and dedication that those things take to accomplish are mindblowing to me. If you ever have a chance to go and see his work I HIGHLY suggest you do it. If you, unfortunately, can’t get to a show or exhibit PLEASE go visit his website, click the link below, and show him some appreciation. 

John Coleman’s website; http://www.colemanstudios.com

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As I  walked around the Briscoe Western Art Museum in amazement because it really is one of the best museums I have ever been to in my life. This is one of the best sculptures in the museum beside the sculpture in a previous article of mine, “How many more”, by Blair Buswell.

Please click the link below to read all of the details;  

https://bethramirezphotography.com/2019/07/19/how-many-more-by-blair-buswell/

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