Charlotte Szynskie with Tempest sculpture at The Sculpture in the Park Loveland, CO show August 2023

How did you get started and then develop your career?
Charlotte Szynskie: I liked all artistic pursuits as a child and took all the sculpture classes available in high school. I thought that I would be an art teacher, but I changed to engineering school. When I was nearing retirement from my electrical engineering career I knew I wanted to follow a childhood passion and learn how to sculpt.
In 2012 began studying with a master sculptor at Art Students League of Denver. When he retired I had to seek out other teachers. Subsequently, I studied with four other internationally renowned master figurative sculpture teachers and did extensive independent study of human anatomy. I sculpt from live models and choose models that reveal their underlying muscular structure. I practice, practice and practice some more. In my learning process I have sculpted about 70 pieces but only bronzed 20 of them.

How did you develop your unique style?
Charlotte Szynskie: My style exalts the realistic human form with all its grace, movement, flow and emotion. I can express this style, in part, due to my understanding of human anatomy. My observation skills and artistic eye enables me to create beautiful compositions.

To see more of Charlotte’s work, visit:


sculpture of a girl in Juxtapose position
Charlotte Szynskie, “Juxtapose,” 25 x 7 x 7 in., bronze sculpture, cast, 2023. This acrobat pose was switched to this pose after a eureka moment, hence the name Juxtapose


sculpture of a girl bending body backwards, standing on toes; arms bending behind
Charlotte Szynskie, “Tempest,” 21 x 13 x 9 in., bronze sculpture, cast, 2020. This woman is falling due to the fierce tempest wind



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