George McMonigle

elected member

George attended the Tyler School of Fine Art, 1970-1974. He soon started work as a sculptor apprentice at the prestigious Edward Marshal Boehm Studios under Maurice Eyeington with an extreme interest in high fire porcelain sculpture. This was the start of a long career as a world authority in high fire porcelain sculpture, in particular Parian Porcelain. George has now moved on to bronze and various other materials that fit the subjects better. He had the honor to be the Sr. Director of Sculpture for the Franklin Mint, Board Member of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, elected Member of The National Sculpture Society, and elected member of The Society of Animal Artists and The Philadelphia Sketch Club. Commissions include The Ronald Reagan Library, Delaware Museum of Natural History and Hawk Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary and many other organizations and collectors worldwide.

elected member

George McMonigle

George attended the Tyler School of Fine Art, 1970-1974. He soon started work as a sculptor apprentice at the prestigious Edward Marshal Boehm Studios under Maurice Eyeington with an extreme interest in high fire porcelain sculpture. This was the start of a long career as a world authority in high fire porcelain sculpture, in particular Parian Porcelain. George has now moved on to bronze and various other materials that fit the subjects better. He had the honor to be the Sr. Director of Sculpture for the Franklin Mint, Board Member of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, elected Member of The National Sculpture Society, and elected member of The Society of Animal Artists and The Philadelphia Sketch Club. Commissions include The Ronald Reagan Library, Delaware Museum of Natural History and Hawk Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary and many other organizations and collectors worldwide.