Jane DeDecker is truly an iconic American sculptor, with over 300 monumental sculptures dotting the landscape of our homeland from Alabama to Wyoming. Major National Parks such as the Cerritos Public Sculpture Garden in California displays “The Elements Fountain” Fire, Earth, Wind and Water, each bronze is 72” high.
Jane DeDecker has been making a major contribution to the world sculpture scene since 1986. Creating over 250 limited edition, original sculptures, 60 of those being life-size and four one of a kind monuments, with 50 sold out editions. She has been published in magazines reaching global circulations, from Art and Antiques to European Home and Gardens. She has been sought out for her artistic integrity by organizations ranging from the National Parks Service to the President of the United States.
Since 1998, Jane has been a member of the highly respected sculpture organization, the Nation Sculpture Society (NSS) of New York, established in 1895. From this and numerous other organizations, Jane has received many awards for her original creations in sculptural form. Jane and her family currently reside in Loveland, Colorado.