One of my favorite kinds of art is the sculpture. They can be made from so many different materials that the imagination is really the only limit. They can come in many different forms, colors, textures, and if it is handmade you can guarantee that there is no other piece exactly like it in the entire world (unless you believe we are living simultaneously in different dimensions as Einstein did). Sculptures can be small enough to be displayed on a shelf or cabinet, or gigantic enough to be shown to the whole world as part of a property.
One of my earliest childhood interactions with sculptures involved viewing Charles Russell sculptures (he was a country western/Indian artist) at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming with my Grandparents. If I correctly recall, one of my favorites was one of a buffalo. If you get a chance, go check it out. It is full of great artwork from many different artists and also features a gun museum. But for now we will take you on a tour of smaller proportions.
The effect that a sculpture can have on an individual is just as unique as the person viewing it. Art is the result of creativity, and creativity is the fuel for changing the world and evoking powerful emotions. How will you let your feelings guide you?