Bryce Pettit

First Steps

Vertical Limit Bronze

Jackson 5 Bronze

The Sentinel 44H x 20L x 22W

Noble Heart Bronze

State of Matter Bronze

Hit Parade Bronze


Tall Tails Bronze

Big Bear

White Pelican Bronze

Hither and Thither Bronze

Generations Bronze

Big Horn




No Boundaries Bronze

Looking Down

On the Prowl


Quail Family

Slow Poke

Wild Pigs

Last Reign of the Grizzly

Going to the Sun

Black Bear

Inside, Outside, Upside Down Bronze

Singing Bird

Resting Buffalo

Elk Bronze Relief

Round Elk in the Trees

Jumping Fish

Golden Eagle

Moose Bookends

Moose Bronze Relief


Autumn's Pride

Two in a Row

Timber Ridge

Three Baby Cottontails


Elk Lamp

Fish Lamp

Green Lizard

Long Elk in Woods

Moose Lamp

Barn Owl

Quail Lamp

Quail Table

Side Table


Prowling Wolf

Woodpecker Lamp


Bear Paw Night Stand

Elk Sofa Table

Fish Nightstand

Gold Leaf Sofa Table

Leaf Nightstand

Leaf Sofa Table

Quail Nightstand


Spirit of Yellowstone

All Ears

Coyote Song

Hither and Thither


King of Firestone Plateau

Washing Up For Supper

Helping Mom With the Groceries


Critical Angle

Flower Patch

Bryce's Mice

Learning to Fly

Where the Bison Began

Bear Essentials


Diamond Back Rattlesnake



Meadow Lark

Bullocks Oriole

House Wren

Red Headed House Finch



Black Headed Grosbeak


Bryce Pettit was born in northern Utah and grew up surrounded by nature and the outdoors. He has always been captivated by nature and has always had the desire to express the wonder and energy he finds around him. Bryce is a lifelong outdoorsman, naturalist and fisherman. Ever since he can remember Bryce has had a passion for creating art. He grew up drawing and painting, but when he first discovered sculpture, a deep connection was forged, "I could never get enough and took every opportunity to learn and practice."

Trained as both an artist and a biologist, he uses strong lines and sound design principles to express his feelings about the natural world. Bryce studied biology, ecology and art both at an undergraduate and graduate level at BYU. His expertise in the understanding of biology and aquatic ecosystems reflects in all his sculptures. He spends many hours observing and experiencing nature in an effort to better understand his subject and to improve his art. For Bryce his art the culmination of his knowledge, feeling and love of nature.

Bryce has received various national and regional awards and has sculptures in public and private collections throughout the country as well as being a member of The Society of Animal Artists. Through serious art study and hard work he is always striving to progress and improve his sculpting.

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