Bruce worked primarily with custom motorcycles, he was known for painting and sculpting skulls and his nickname
was "Skullman". Well, he's been at it again! This wicked brass buckle was cast from one of Bruce's
original designs. For more information, click on this link, or on the skull's image.
and Bruce Von Stetina have
been working together as professional artists since 1982.Their works in a wide variety of media have been exhibited
internationally and won numerous awards. They were the artists of choice of Evel Knievel. Use the links at the left
to tour the site and see examples of the artwork done by the Von Stetinas. Use the form on the contact page to ask for more information, purchase a piece from the website or commission custom work.
Bruce Von Stetina's career
as an artist has been exemplified as much by variety as it has
been by excellence. His love of square-rigged sailing ships led to the creation of a maritime
artist specializing in well-researched historical paintings, and he has
been a signature member of the American Society of Marine Artists and the
International Society of Marine Painters, as well as a member of the Coast Guard Artist Program. He also creates museum
quality ship models and custom scale models for model train layouts. An
accomplished sculptor and mold-maker, Bruce was the master sculptor and mold maker
for the Greenwich Workshop line of Mewingham Manor figurines, based on Laura's designs.
Bruce also builds and paints custom motorcycles; he created the artwork for Evel Knievel's Signature
LauraVon Stetina is an artist and author whose
work has won worldwide recognition. A professional artist since 1977, Laura began creating miniatures in 1993, and her works
have been consistent award winners in shows of miniature art. A signature member of the Miniature Artists of America
since 1997, she is featured in Modern Masters of Miniature Art in America. Laura is also the author of Mewingham
Manor, Observations on a Curious New Species, a book richly illustrated with her miniature drawings and paintings. Navigate
the links on the side of the page to view Laura's work, or go directly to Laura's Paintings or Laura's Drawings. See her work and award history at Laura's Biography.