Summer Swim, bronze, glassClay Enoch $4250
Ski School, 15x22x3, bronze/glassClay Enoch $4000
FlockII, bronze open editionClay Enoch $3750
Out of the BoatClay Enoch $4750
Out of the Boat • 12"x15"x4", bronze and glass limited edition of 25Clay Enoch • $4750
Detail of Toddlerhood, 15" x 4" x 4",bronze, open editionClay Enoch $1000
Toddlerhood, 15" x 4" x 4",bronze, open editionClay Enoch
Creation • 24"Clay Enoch • $3250
Search Committee • 22x14x3 • BronzeClay Enoch • $4750
Fields of Favor • Bronze, Ltd. Ed. 12Clay Enoch • $4750
Rebuilding, 24x11x6, bronze, Limited Edition 12Clay Enoch • $5250
Rebuilding, Detail, 24"x11"x6", bronze with Jerusalem marble, Limitied Edition 12Clay Enoch • $5250
Legacy • 37"x11"x11"Clay Enoch • $11,000
Faith and Resolve, bronze, Limited Ed of 25Clay Enoch • $4250
Keeping Watch II • 15"x22"x3" • Bronze Edition of 15Clay Enoch • $4750
Good Shepherd • 18"Clay Enoch • $9250 (ed.25)
Contrition • 50x10x10Clay Enoch • 7500 (ed.25)
edition SOLD OUT - Marco Polo, 11"x23"x3", bronze with glass limited edition of 25Clay Enoch $5000
Mini Nativity, bronzeClay Enoch $1500
Five Smooth Stones, 18x22x4, bronzeClay Enoch $4250
Detail of Five Smooth StonesClay Enoch $4250
Walk on Water • 44x138x22, resin/steelClay Enoch • $80,000 (ed.10)
Praise • 30x16x12Clay Enoch • $6500 (ed.25)
Hope • 37x6x5Clay Enoch • $11,000 (ed.11)
Lifeline • 22"Clay Enoch • $12,000 (ed.10)
Rescue • 25"Clay Enoch • $9000 (ed.25)
Tree of Life, from the side, Bronze, 14x14x11 1/2, Edition of 12Clay Enoch $5250 This sculpture turns on the base.
Tree of Life, from the top, Bronze, 14x14x11 1/2, Edition of 12Clay Enoch, $5250 This sculpture turns on its base.
Sacrifice • 16" Bronze, Ltd. Ed. of 25Clay Enoch • $4250
Abram's Faith • 17"Clay Enoch • $3750 (ed.25)
Compassion, 17"x4"x4", bronze edition of 50Clay Enoch $3250
Compassion, 17"x4"x4" bronze limited edition of 50Clay Enoch $3250
First Stone, 15"x22"x3", bronze limited edition of 12Clay Enoch $4250
First Stone DETAILClay Enoch $4250
First Stone-DETAILClay Enoch $4250
Watering • BronzeClay Enoch • $3250 Unlimited Edition
Serenity • 36"Clay Enoch • $17,500(ed.10)
Moses • 10"Clay Enoch • $3250 (ed.25)
Validated, 12x14x11, bronzeClay Enoch $5000
Jump, 9x15x3, bronze, resinClay Enoch $4250
On The Edge, 18x24x5, bronzeClay Enoch $11,500
My work gravitates toward uplifting and inspirational themes, often Ancient themes, leveraging the figure’s range to draw out transcendent truth and contemporary messages of hope and redemption.
Within this context, my emphasis is on composition. Be it sheep or children, I am looking for the right posture, the natural stance, the proper spacing, the perfect tension to make the work sculpturally compelling. I strive for conceptual consistency from style and patina through to the presentation on the base. Many of my new pieces are displayed on large black walnut blocks. This creates a specific space for the composition to breath and affords a more monumental presence to the work.
Glass is a new medium for me and I am really liking the added dimensionality and the element of luminosity. In a piece like When You Pass Through, there is a great contrast that the cool, rigid glass strikes against the warm, impressionistic bronze, helping to carry the extraordinary elements of the narrative.
Clay Enoch was born and raised in Tennessee where he participated in the Governor’s school for the Fine Arts before earning his BFA from Wheaton College in Illinois. He has been self employed and living as a sculptor in Colorado Springs since 1996.
He has created monumental works for The Country Place in Moscow, TN, First Congregational Church in Greeley, CO, Evangelical Christian School, Cordova, TN, Lipscomb Pitts Insurance Company in Memphis, TN, Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL, and Gold Camp Elementary School in Colorado Springs, CO. Primarily, however, his limited edition bronzes are collected privately and displayed in residences across the country, concentrated in the Southeast.
His work has been exhibited in galleries in Denver, Littleton, and Loveland, CO, Taos, NM, Philadelphia, PA, and Nashville, TN and shown in Wheaton, IL, Scottsdale, AZ, Fort Drum, NY, Jackson, MS, Memphis, TN, and internationally in Illesheim, Germany.