Public Outdoor Commissions

 

Creating outdoor monuments for public buildings and
historical sites is another aspect of being a sculptor.
One percent for the arts, memorials, and anniversaries
of special events are all reasons to commission a sculptor
to honor the occasion, many times larger than life.

It is an opportunity to design an original concept that
enhances the location and draws interest to the site
as well as expressing the meaning of the event figuratively
or abstractly. Starting with a 24-inch scale model in clay,
the client and I many times have worked together to perfect
the design. When approved the small scale model is enlarged
to the desired size refined in clay and then cast in bronze or
stainless steel.

 

 

 

The Legacy Press of Atlantic City 12 feet high, stainless steel
Tiger Holy Family College Philadelphia life size
Dove and Cross Sculpture
The Legacy
Press of Atlantic City
12 feet high
stainless steel
Tiger
Holy Family College
Philadelphia
life size

 

Dove and Cross
five feet high
Bronze
St John's Church
Devon, PA
History of the Negro Baseball League, close-up  Surf Stadium, Atlantic City,  New Jersey 6 feet x 8 feet, bronze
Cougar, Kean University, Union, New Jersey, 5 feet diameter. Winner of competition between 3,000 artists for One-percent for Art
History of the Negro Baseball League, close-up
Sand Castle Stadium, Atlantic City,
New Jersey
6 feet x 8 feet, bronze
Cougar, Kean University, Union, New Jersey, 5 feet diameter. Winner of competition between 3,000 artists for One-percent for Art Glenside Then and Now
Bronze, three foot bas-relief
Glenside, PA

 

 

 

 

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