Michael Keropian

fellow member

Michael Keropian specializes in creating dynamic custom sculpture; figure and animal compositions, portrait and bronze plaques, architectural and memorial sculpture and historical subjects at any size. Michael has created sculpture for 40 years. He also provides sculpture restoration, design, instruction and consultation, enlarging / reducing, mold making and casting. He has a thorough knowledge of all areas and fields of sculpture. He enjoys working on large sculptures. His largest project was to create nine gigantic tigers on Comerica for the Detroit Tigers Baseball Team. The tigers are the largest in North America (averaging 33 feet long and 12 feet to the shoulder). His other loves are creating sculptures for the garden or fountains and creating historical figures; combining history into three dimension. His feeling is that a sculpture should be nothing less than a spiritual inspiration, certainly proper in its surroundings, its proportion and anatomy knowledge. Yet the great sculptor should drive beyond that by breathing life and soul into his work. Michael has received numerous awards and his work is in public and private collections around the world. Feel free to contact Michael with your ideas and projects, he would be delighted to speak with you..

fellow member

Michael Keropian

Michael Keropian specializes in creating dynamic custom sculpture; figure and animal compositions, portrait and bronze plaques, architectural and memorial sculpture and historical subjects at any size. Michael has created sculpture for 40 years. He also provides sculpture restoration, design, instruction and consultation, enlarging / reducing, mold making and casting. He has a thorough knowledge of all areas and fields of sculpture. He enjoys working on large sculptures. His largest project was to create nine gigantic tigers on Comerica for the Detroit Tigers Baseball Team. The tigers are the largest in North America (averaging 33 feet long and 12 feet to the shoulder). His other loves are creating sculptures for the garden or fountains and creating historical figures; combining history into three dimension. His feeling is that a sculpture should be nothing less than a spiritual inspiration, certainly proper in its surroundings, its proportion and anatomy knowledge. Yet the great sculptor should drive beyond that by breathing life and soul into his work. Michael has received numerous awards and his work is in public and private collections around the world. Feel free to contact Michael with your ideas and projects, he would be delighted to speak with you..