Georgene McGonagle Studio
Artist Info


Georgene's sculptures are placed in park systems of Colorado, Greenwich, CN, as well as Chicago, IL; Texas City, TX; Derby, Kansas; Greeley, CO. In Denver, at the Colorado Rockies " Coors Field"; National Jewish Medical Center; North Cherry Creek; American National Bank; Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver; Graland and Kent Denver schools; and Colorado and Mackintosh Academies, and other business and artistic collections throughout the U.S.

Women Artists of the West, Estes Park, Colorado; American Women Artists, Tubac, Arizona; Sculpture in the Park, Loveland High Plains Art Council, Loveland, Colorado; Allied Artists of America, Inc., New York, NY (Member Women's Artist of the West); Northern Colorado Artist Association, National Art Exhibition, Fort Collins, Colorado; Audubon Artists, Exhibition, NYC, (member) - ; Lakewood Civic Center/Cultural, Exhibition, Lakewood, Colorado; Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, National Arts Club, NYC, New York; Scottsdale Biennale, Wee Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona.

American Women Artists – Tubac, Arizona / On-line Merit Award; Women Artists of the West, Estes Park, Colorado – First Place Sculpture Award; Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, National Arts Club, New York, New York - "Paul Manship Memorial Award"; Salmagundi Club Open Exhibition, New York, New York – “Salmagundi Club Award”; Allied Artists of America Leonard Meiselman Award; Audubon Artists Inc. "Domenico Facci Memorial Award", "Nathanial Kaz Sculpture Award", AAWA “Of Mind and Spirit” First Place; People's Choice Awards in Evergreen, Greeley and Lakewood, CO; Manitou Art Project Best of Show; Gilpin County Arts Association First Place, Central City, CO;  National Art Assoc. Fort Collins, CO, Reader's Cove Award; Scottsdale Biennale, Scottsdale, Arizona - Exceptional Merit.

Sculpture of the Rockies (from the editors of Southwest Art) published December, 2009; Sculpture Pursuit Magazine Industry Award, Northern Colorado Artist Association

Never having experienced sculpture or even art for many years, I absorbed myself in academia and athletics. I taught Biology at SMU, Mathematics and Biology at Mary Institute, played competitive golf, and lived in Europe, but in my mid-fifties, a chance touching of clay turned my world around! As one might guess, with these varied experiences, my sculptures became eclectic, surprising both viewer and myself.

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