Lincoln Fox


After living in Santa Fe for over twenty years, Lincoln and his wife Rachelle moved to the western slope of Colorado in 1990. Lincoln holds two masters degrees, and continues independent studies in Europe, the Mediterranean, the Mid-East and Africa. He has been honored with one-man shows in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C. , the Kennedy Galleries in New York City, and many museums and galleries across the nation.

Fox enjoys creating traditional gallery size sculpture as well as working in monumental scale. Some of his commissions include 17 foot piece for Albuquerque International Airport, a 16 foot work for the Fine Art Museum of Albuquerque, New Mexico, a 23 foot piece for the University of Texas, a 14 foot work near Montgomery Alabama, a 14 foot work in Midland, Texas; and most recently, a life size piece in New York City. A "Global Family Tree of Life" was sanctioned by the United Nations (U.N.E.P.), and was commissioned by the Japanese Prefecture of Aishi. It was shown at their international park festival, held in Nagoya, Japan.

The movement of Spirit through form keeps Lincoln's creative fires burning brightly.