Not just established..

one of THE artists of today.

Like no other American artist of his time, Michael Kalish is recognized for inventing an entire genre and brand out of the license plate and for creating distinctive iconic sculptures made solely from reclaimed materials. Over the past 20 years Kalish has been creating large scale interactive public Monuments as well as smaller scale works that hang in Galleries and Museums around the Globe and in the private collections of world leaders, fortune 100 companies, past Presidents, professional athletes, and musicians.

His unique position as a preeminent arbiter of design and style has led to features in a wide variety of media including The Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Details, Wired, ArtNews, CBS Sunday Morning, CNN, E!, MSN, TLC, and most recently as the host of Discovery Channel’s “Final Offer”.

Kalish’s exhibits and new works are not just

masterful but hopeful

being surrounded by them makes us feel

that the best days

are yet to come.


Campaign Launches With Unveiling of Sculpture by internationally renowned artist Michael Kalish

The City of Hartford has been selected as the kick off site for “Raise The Caliber”, a national advocacy campaign to end illegal gun violence. Central to the campaign will be the unveiling of an engaging public art installation by Michael Kalish. The work, a 30-foot high sculpture created from 2,000lbs of illegal guns bought off the streets through voluntary gun buybacks, will be unveiled in Hartford in September and will travel to Cities across the Country in 2015.

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Michael Kalish's
Notable Collectors

Muhammad and Lonnie Ali Kid Rock 50 Cent

Tim Allen Danica Patrick

Lady Gaga jay leno

Brain Kelly Rascal Flatts Keyshawn Johnson

Joe Cocker Frankie Muniz

Ronald & Nancy Reagan Courtney Cox Sharon Stone

Tom Arnold Lara Flynn

Boyle Arian Foster

Linkin Park Arnold Schwarzenggar

Jann Wenner Barbara Orbison

Garth Brooks

Mike Hampton Steven Jackson

Brendan Fraser Larry Walker Dave Koz

Time & mishap have brought these once moving parts to stais and neglect;

Kalish has gently resurrected

the dedetritus of motion.