Company: Sutton Betti Sculptures Inc.
Location: Loveland, Colorado, United States
Sutton J. Betti, President at Sutton Betti Sculptures Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of sculpting.
With more than two decades as a professional sculptor, Mr. Betti has been the head of Sutton Betti Sculpture Inc. since 1998. Working primarily in cast bronze, aluminum and stainless steel, Mr. Betti is best-known for his photorealistic sculptures of historical figures, athletes, and military veterans. His life-sized sculptures typically take between six and nine months to fully design and finish, while smaller custom pieces take roughly four months to complete.
Mr. Betti’s work is included in permanent collections and featured in parks and civic buildings across the country, and he is proud to have designed the Globe Refiners monument in McPherson, Kansas, honoring the first basketball team to win a gold medal during the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, Germany. He has participated in sculpture shows and fine art festivals throughout the states of Arkansas, Colorado and California. Additionally, Mr. Betti won the 2003 Dr. and Mrs. Russell Saphian Award from the National Portrait Competition in Saint Louis, Missouri, and the Broomfield’s Choice Award from the Broomfield Art for Awhile Sculpture Program in 2013.
Mr. Betti has studied at Cuesta Community College, the Academy of Art University at the University of San Francisco and has taken various marble sculpture and art workshops in Pietrasanta, Italy. Likewise, from 1998 to 2009, he served as a studio assistant to Mario Chiodo, Danielle Anjou and Dee Clements. In accounting for his subsequent success, Mr. Betti credits the influence of his mother, whose love and support inspired him to reach ever-greater heights.
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