Sculptures by Colleen Black


Limited Edition Collections

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Arrow Bronse Sculpture by Collen Black - Right View


To have direction and know exactly what you want is an incredible attribute in today's world of choices. This is a portrait of a man that is inside of his decision. He sees no objects between him and his target. His goals are set so strongly that he has become the arrow inside his bow. He will get to where he is going, despite any cost, because he knows that is exactly what it takes.

Tree of Life Bronze Sculpture by Colleen Black

Tree of Life


Available in: bonded bronze: limited edition of 10 (sold)

bronze: limited edition of 50


There is nothing like a mothers love. Mothers will go to the ends of the earth to give their children every last drop of love that rushes through their delicate hearts.  We never had to fill out an application or turn in a résumé. We can confront her with our worst fears, and know that she’s hanging on with us. There’s no giving up. She’ll pour sunshine on our rain and cry with delight over our smallest flower.  She’s where our roots began and will always be the life that gave us ours. This one is for all the moms in the world. To say we love them is the biggest gift we can give back.

Love Giving Wings Bronze Sculpture by Colleen Black

Love Giving Wings

The Mobile World observes human nature in day to day life. Through this collection, I attempt to provide a fresh set of eyes through which to critically observe what is now thought of as common elements of life. I invite my fans to question and redefine their assumptions about society in order to become more connected in an increasingly disconnected world.


Act of Valor

This sculpture was originally sculpted for 7 Congressional Medal of Honor winners as well as General Colin Powell.  Each act of valor is represented abstractly, forming the rocks and mud that make up the base. Several other acts of valor, making up between 50 and 100 “hidden” figures, are hidden in the trench as well.  When I met these men that made these extreme decisions in life, their humble attitudes towards what they had done were none-the-less astonishing. Their courage behind that one millisecond of a decision to save the life of another and in some cases several others without concern for their own lives is what inspired the piece. The eagle is a representation of the freedom our soldiers fought for and the flight that carried them to war.  Our fight for our freedom is a battle we fight every day, but a gift that we have the freedom to do so.