Richard Loffler, from Saskatchewan, Canada, is an avid outdoorsman and dedicated family man. He juggles his time between his fieldwork, studio work and the Montana foundry where he 'chases' castings and oversees the patinas and completed works of his bronze castings. Richard was accepted into membership with the Society of Animal Artists and the National Sculpture Society, in New York in 1989. He continues to show with the Prix de West Invitational Exhibition in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where he was chosen for the Robert Lougheed award in 2002 and the James Earle Fraser Sculpture Award in 2012.
Loffler has monument size installations in several museums in Canada and the U.S. His monument of "Bufffalo Trail" can be viewed at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, WY.