Cameron Stalheim’s sculpture, Persist, is being showcased at the corner of 10th and Phillips Avenue as a part of the 2018 SculptureWalk in downtown Sioux Falls. Stalheim, a Sioux Falls native, utilizes traditional sculpture techniques alongside new age digital applications. After graduating from Lincoln High School in 2006, Stalheim attended the University of South Dakota, where he earned his fine arts degree. Before moving to Baltimore to get his master’s degree, the up-and-coming artist was commissioned to create a coyote statue for USD. In 2015, Stalheim moved back to Sioux Falls to make a Jesus statue for the Good Samaritan Society’s national campus.The art piece is one of 57 works being displayed in the 15th annual SculptureWalk which went on display in downtown Sioux Falls on May 5.
Cutler Law Firm, LLP partner Alex Halbach assisted Stalheim with various aspects of making Persist a reality. For more information about Stalheim’s work, please click here.
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