“I love what I get to do everyday. I make one-of-a-kind sculptures in stone of all kinds. Alabaster, marble, granite, and even lapis have yielded unique shapes and been sent to collectors around the world.”
Somers Randolph was born in 1956 in Boston, MA. He was raised in Washington D.C. and, after attending Exeter, went to Pietrasanta, Italy and the Corcoran School of Art. He graduated from Princeton in 1979 with a degree in Art History. Somers then spent twelve years in Santa Barbara and seven in Nashville. He has lived in Santa Fe, NM since 1997.
Somers’ sculptures are deceptively simple. Resonating on a subconscious level, his sensuous, undulating forms awaken something deep inside us. His vibrant spirals, continuous knots, and woven curves intrigue the eye and challenge the mind.
After five decades of carving, his work can be found in many notable collections.