Biography / Artist Statement
Based in Fort Worth, Texas, Allison Streett is a sculptor who works in clay to be cast in bronze.
Through the language of the human form Allison tells stories of human suffering and hope,
alienation and connection, doubt and faith — the broken beauty of the human experience. Her work
is often focused on the feminine and maternal perspective of war, displacement, discrimination, and
Allison has received local and national recognition for her figurative sculpture and drawings in many
group exhibitions and competitions. Among her recent awards, in 2023 her portrait entitled
Becoming won second place in the National Sculpture Society Texas and Oklahoma Exhibition. In
2022 she was awarded the Harriet W. Frishmuth Memorial Award for Bronze Sculpture at the 125th
Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club Open Exhibition in New York City. Her sculptures were featured
in the 88th Annual National Sculpture Society Awards Exhibition in 2021, Emerging Stars in
American Sculpture hosted by the National Sculpture Society at Brookgreen Gardens and the
Portrait Society of America’s Tri-State Competition in 2019.