Douglas A Holtquist

age ~66

from New York, NY

Also known as:
  • Douglas Holtquist
  • Doug Holtquist
  • Douglas Holquist
58 58Th St, New York, NY 10019

Douglas Holtquist Phones & Addresses

  • 58 58Th St, New York, NY 10019
  • 465 23Rd St, New York, NY 10011
  • Woodbury, CT
  • Ortonville, MN
  • Clinton, MN
  • Big Stone City, SD
  • 58 W 58Th St APT 12E, New York, NY 10019


  • Company:
    Studio holtquist
  • Position:


  • Degree:
  • School / High School:
    Sogetsu School of Ikebana, Tokyo


2nd place in three dimensional work - Visual arts minnesota, st. coud, mn • Smahc arts legacy grant (to create "farm family portrait") - Southwest minnesota arts and humanities council • Best of show – sacred art - Ministry & liturgy visual arts awards, san jose, ca


Arts and Crafts


Douglas Holtquist Photo 1

Sculptor At Studio Holtquist

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Sculptor at Studio Holtquist
Greater New York City Area
Arts and Crafts
Studio Holtquist
Sogetsu School of Ikebana, Tokyo 1993
New York University, Stern School of Business 1985
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Dual - Finance and International Businesss
University of Kansas 1982
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Business Administration
2nd Place in Three Dimensional Work
Visual Arts Minnesota, St. Coud, MN
"Aqua Glass Male Torso" Sand cast glass, 2011 29 x 21 x 7 inches
SMAHC Arts Legacy Grant (to create "Farm Family Portrait")
Southwest Minnesota Arts and Humanities Council
"Farm Family Portrait" is a mixed media sculptural installation addressing the vanishing, evolving nature of America’s traditional farm family. It is a group of five Threshing Stools on a 4” thick granite platform arranged as though absent sitters are posing in their Sunday best for a traditional family portrait. It was permanently installed on the Minnesota Headwaters recreational Trail, October 6, 2010. The trail starts at the foot of Big Stone Lake and continues to the 11,521-acre Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge. "Farm Family Portrait" is made possible in part by a grant provided from the Southwest Minnesota Arts and Humanities Council and is funded, in part, by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund as appropriated by the MN State Legislature with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on 11/4/2008. See: Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums Control number: IAS 78520002
Best of Show – Sacred Art
Ministry & Liturgy Visual Arts Awards, San Jose, CA
"Saint John the Beloved on Dakota Bench" St John's Cemetery, Alban Township, Big Stone City, SD This installation consists of a larger than life size bronze sculpture of St. John seated at one end of a large granite bench; his left arm rests on the back of the bench inviting one to sit beside him; and his right hand rests atop an open book in his lap. Written on the pages of the open book are verses from the Gospel of St. John 14:1-3. Perched below him at his left foot is an eagle. This Sculpture Group is listed in the Inventories of American Painting and Sculpture of the Smithsonian American Art Museum (Control Number: IAS 78520001). More details are at their website.

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