"Its amazing how Hogan captures action
 and emotion in bronze sculpture..."
Drayton McLane, Houston Astros    
"Killer B's"
<Craig Biggio           (sold as set only)         Jeff Bagwell>


Blue Bell Ice Cream Sculpture - Dallas Morning News Article


Sculpture Honors Daughter - Dallas Morning News Article


Hogan's monumental sculptures reside at

Blue Bell Creamery....Brenham, Texas     John Paul II High School........Plano, Texas
City of Highland Park..Dallas, Texas         Minute Maid Stadium............Houston, Texas
Cooper Fitness Center...Dallas, Texas         Restland Memorial Park........Dallas, Texas
Craig Ranch..............McKinney, Texas    Stonebriar Community Church...Frisco, Texas

Map for monumental sculptures


As seen on ABC's Dale Hansen's Sports Special

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The art of Robert Hogan is acclaimed for its versatility of form and subject matter. His meticulous attention to detail combined with his extraordinary ability to capture action has Hogan's collectors marveling at many ingenious images he creates which are as varied as his interests -- sports art such as baseball, football and golf; biblical art, music, people and animals. Bob Hogan's style is to capture the intensity of the moment in each bronze sculpture, while sometimes leaving his audiences guessing as to the final outcome.  He has become recognized for his sports sculpture, be it baseball sculpture, football sculpture or golf sculpture.  His biblical sculpture and music sculpture has gained him international recognition.

In 1994, Hogan discovered his natural talent for sculpting while watching an artist sculpt at an art show. After observing for some time, Hogan turned to his wife and said, "I think I can do that." He decided to read some books and take classes but was advised by a wise elderly gentleman that books and classes would only reveal answers to questions he did not even know he should be asking. He gave Hogan some clay and some tools and told him to try his hand. His first piece as a sculptor was immediately accepted by a prominent Dallas gallery. The gallery director told him to quit his job as a clothing rep and focus on being a sculptor. That day was the beginning of the release of an artistic expression that had been bound for 44 years. Says Bob Hogan "This is a picture of salvation from God, a gift I did nothing to deserve; all I had to do was accept that which was provided."

From tabletop sculptures to monumental pieces, his work can be found in many private and corporate collections throughout the U.S. and Europe.