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SANDY THE FLYING OWL
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Om Chakra fused glass hanging
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Layered Plywood "Mermaid
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Sea Level Sculpture in Coronado
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Yoga Pose fused glass group
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Ceramic piece "THE WAY I SEE IT"
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Sea Level Sculpture at the Coronado Boat House and Club Room
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Ceramic Spinning Owl "LUNA"
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Mixed Media Mosaic "ELEPHANT FAMILY"
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Layered Plywood Spinning Owl "SMOKEY"
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Mixed Media Mosaic "MANZANITA"
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Stainless Steel Whales "NORTHBOUND and SOUTHBOUND"
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Layered Plywood Flapping Owl "BURNIE"
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Honorable Mention Award for Sculpture at the Del Mar Fair Fine Art Show
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Sculpture Demo at Del Mar Fair
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SANDY THE FLYING OWL
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BAT STOOL, plywood and copper
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BATS AND BUGS ON A STUMP, Oak and Copper
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FLIPPING BATS, Plywood and Copper
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JUNGLE JAN, Layered Plywood
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MAD HATTER CHATTERCHAIR, and ALICE THE WONDERCHAIR. Layered Plywood

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Kim Ogburn

Kim creates sculptures with wood, metal, clay, tile and glass. Many of the pieces are large, and some kinetically move with the wind. Nature is the dominant theme. Kim built a large public art sculpture named SEA LEVEL in 2010 for the Port of San Diego. The City of Coronado Purchased SEA LEVEL and installed it in front of the new Coronado Boathouse and Clubroom.

Currently Kim has been supervising the building of a new studio and meeting center for San Diego sculptor James Hubbell at his property located near Julian. It compliments the eight existing unique studios and buildings and endless artwork at this artist compound.

Kim's honored to watch James Hubbell create incredible organic compositions that depict the life and the environment he lives in. His architecture and art surrounds and inspires Kim everyday.

Kim Ogburn
San Diego Sculptors Guild
1770 Village Place
Gallery 36
San Diego, CA 92101