Conclusion of Paul Baliker Studio

Today we are concluding our series on the works of Paul Baliker.  We have shown you his wood carvings, today we are ending with bronze works we seen in his studio.  This is another blog that will probably not have a lot of talking in, but more of the works speaking for themselves.  So, get a beverage, sit down & relax for a bit. Enjoy.

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Woman meditating in the garden. Outside the studio

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Little boy fishing.

When you first walk into the studio, there is a room off to the right.  In this room is all kinds of different bronze works.  The name on the different pieces was Joan Baliker.  We asked Paul who Joan was.  He replied, that’s my mom.  With out a doubt incredible talent runs in the family.  Here are more works by his mother.

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A self portrait maybe?

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Dolphin & swimmer

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Girl with her dog

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Mother Theresa

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Woman blowing a horn

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Woman & Child

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Mother giving baby a bath

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Mahatma Gandhi

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The Dalai Lama

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Turtle

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Baby

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Lion’s head

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Fish

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The gambler

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Golfers

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The Explorer

 

 

These are a couple more that Paul had in his studio that caught our eye.

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“IT WAS THIS BIG!!’

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We found this in his work shop, in progress.

We hope you have enjoyed the Paul Baliker series as much as we have had sharing it with you.  If you would ever happen to be in Paul’s area, we would highly recommend a stop to check out his works for yourself.  I know we will go back again another day in the future.

 

 

“Living The Dream”

Steve & Tammy