Born and raised in Sweden, Kent Ullberg studied at the Swedish University College of Art in Stockholm and worked at museums in Germany, the Netherlands, France, Africa and Denver, Colorado. After living in Botswana, Africa for seven years Ullberg became an American citizen and now resides in Corpus Christi, Texas. He also maintains a studio in Loveland, Colorado.
Ullberg is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading wildlife sculptors and creator of public monuments. His Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Omaha, Nebraska installations are the largest bronze wildlife compositions in existence, spanning several city blocks. Both earned Ullberg the coveted Henry Hering Art and Architecture Award from the National Sculpture Society in New York City. His most recent monumental installation is Snow-Mastodon, a life-size bronze (19 feet high) mastodon placed outside the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
Ullberg is a Full Academician of the National Academy of Design in New York City and has received the highest professional recognitions from many prestigious art organizations.
For more information on Ullberg, including a full list of his gallery representation, visit kentullberg.net.