Danae Bennett Miller

Danae fabricates each sculpture from many individual parts using a lost wax process.

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Danae Bennett-Miller

Danae Bennett Miller’s one-of-a-kind bronze sculptures are part of the cultural landscape in Bend with two public sculptures, one downtown and one in a roundabout. She fabricates each sculpture from many individual parts using a lost wax process. But rather than sculpting the wax into a model, she pours it out in slabs. The ragged slabs then become the building blocks for the sculpture. A foundry translates the shapes into bronze, and Miller adds the patina herself. Recently she has begun to add cast glass to her sculptures. Many of Danae’s sculptures are tabletop size which make acquiring one possible for all levels of collectors. Danae raises chickens with her 12 year-old son, on the ranch she runs with her husband in Tumalo.

Besides sculptures for residential and corporate placement, Danae has had many public sculpture commissions. These include roundabout art of a horse on Greenwood Ave, and herons in a pocket park at the end of Minnesota Street in downtown Bend, Oregon; A heron sculpture in downtown Sisters, Oregon and the most ambitious of her public art installations, a complete tableau of life-size elk and pronghorn bronze sculptures with towering basalt rocks in the only roundabout on an Oregon state highway in Sisters, Oregon.

Danae Bennett-Miller with bronze pronghorn

Danae Bennett-Miller with bronze pronghorn during the installation of multiple bronzes that create a high desert tableau in the roundabout on Highway 20 in Sisters, Oregon.

Bronze elk wall sculpture by Danae Bennett-Miller

A commissioned bronze wall sculpture of an elk by Danae Bennett-Miller

See Danae’s process on this Oregon Art Beat segment >