Jim Dehne bends, curves, and welds iron to sculpt finely twisting lifelike pieces. The sculptures are displayed and sold at shows. The last several years Jim has been showing mainly at horse shows including large horse shows in Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Arizona, Texas, and Colorado. Lots of time is spent getting pieces organized and loading the trailer. Jim enjoys the whole show atmosphere: arriving early in the morning at shows, unloading the trailer, meeting new people, and seeing who is back this year.

 | Updated:  9/19/2022 |

We have six videos that are all here on the website homepage.

Slideshow of Sculptures, Some with Artist.
Same sculpture pieces as the slideshow that has sculptures only.

Slideshow of Sculptures, Sculptors Only.
Same sculpture pieces as the slideshow that has some artist pictures.

Slideshow of Events, Public Displays, and Permanent Displays. Each year is January to December while full years are in reverse chronological order.
These are the events and public displays we have good pictures of. The mostly complete event list is on our website.

Video of setup and display by Point Creek.
September 2020 with short clips of welding and then a slow moving display set up.

Jim Dehne profile by Public Art Edina, Minnesota

A 1 minute video ad that we put designs of Jim Dehne's iron sculptures on merchandise that can be found from the ptcreek website.

Event highlight pictures

Midwest Horse Fair, Allient Energy Center, Madison, WI. (April): 2004 to 2019.



Minnesota Horse Expo, State Fair Grounds, St. Paul, MN. (April): 2005 to 2019.


Northern Illinois Horse Fest, Boone County Fairgrounds, Belvidere, Illinois. (August): 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, & 2004.


-Received Best of Show award - September 2004, Arts and Riverwoods (Illinois).

Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show, Scottsdale, Arizona. (February): 2008, 2007, & 2006.


Polo for the Cure Invitational, The Denver Polo Club, Littleton, CO. (June): 2007.


Vail Rocky Mountain Horse Expo, Eagle County Fairgrounds, Vail, Colorado. (May/June): 2008, 2007






A few people let us use some pictures they sent us of pieces in the snow.