Kauffman, Peggy

  • “The Polo Pony” 1992, Edition: 1/7, Bronze with a rich brown patina, 14 x 15.5 x 7 inches, Signed, Dated & Numbered
  • “Kirk Henckel’s Hunter” Millbrook Hunt, 2006, Bronze, 10 x 8 x 8 inches
  • Peggy Kauffman
  • “Horse” Bronze
  • “Horse” Bronze
  • “Horse” Bronze
  • “Horse” Bronze
  • “Mare and Foal” Bronze
  • “Jockey” Bronze
  • “Jockey” Bronze
  • “Showhorse” Bronze
  • “Steeplechase” Bronze
  • “Steeplechase” Bronze
  • “Cowboy” Bronze
  • “Donkey” Bronze
  • “Donkey” Bronze
  • “Fox” Bronze
  • “Fox” Bronze
  • “Wolfhound” Bronze
  • “Standing Hound” Bronze
  • Peggy Kauffman “Standing Hound” Bronze
  • “Seated Hound” Bronze
  • “Seated Hound” Bronze
  • “Seated and Standing Hounds” Bronze
  • “Lab”
  • “Lab” Bronze
  • “Great Dane” Bronze
  • “Dog” Bronze
  • “Jack Russell” Bronze
  • “Jack Russell” Bronze
  • “Pug” Bronze
  • “Pug” Bronze
  • “Sky” Bronze
  • “Pig” Bronze
  • “Pig” Bronze
  • “Antelopes” Bronze
  • “Antelopes” Bronze
  • “Antelopes” Bronze

American Contemporary

A fine art bronze sculptor and pastel artist, Peggy Kauffman is internationally known for her portraits of both animals and people. To date, she has completed over seventy-five bronze commissioned portraits in bronze alone. The myraid hours she spends working on each wax or clay sculpture prior to fabricating a mold for casting allows her to give the attention to detail necessary to render the soul of a subject.

Her past and present subjects include: human, equine, canine, feline, cattle, deer, and llamas.  She studied at Bennett College in Millbrook, New York, and at the Maryland Institute in Baltimore.  She now lives in Millerton, New York.