Dale Weiler
Dale Weiler
Dale Weiler feels he was born to be a stone sculptor. "Sculpting stone nurtures my soul and allows me to create something in which I can truly take pride. Plain and simple, it’s what I was put on this earth to do." He was also destined to devote much of his time, energy and artistic skills to the conservation of the natural world. Having spent twenty years refining and elevating his craft, he is honored to be an elected member of the National Sculpture Society, The Society of Animal Artists, Artists for Conservation and The American Society of Marine Artists. His work resides in the permanent collections of numerous museums including Brookgreen Garden, The Ward Museum, The Woodson Museum, the Hiram Blauvelt Museum and The Roger Tory Peterson Institute (RTPI). In May, 2018 his sculpture “Hellbenders Rock” was installed in a new amphibian exhibit at the NC Zoo.

"As my art form and mindset continues to evolve, I am now entering a new chapter in my artistic pursuits. Immersing myself in the art world has given me the opportunity to more intimately appreciate the delicate balance that exists between the environment and all living things, especially species that are endangered.”

"Because we see this balance being disrupted, my wife Loti Woods, and I have made a conscious decision to concentrate all of our energy and efforts to support wildlife conservation causes around the globe. To this end, we are currently working with the NC Zoo, RTPI, The WNC Nature Center, Conserving Carolina, The Bat Sanctuary, and Defenders of Wildlife to pursue critical conservation programs." 100% of the net proceeds from all of Dale's sculptures now being sold will be donated to causes they support.
Learn more at their website weilerwoodsforwildlife.com “Protecting Wildlife and the Environment through Art” is their mission statement.