Upon graduating college, owner Robert Shure became an assistant at the traditional sculpture studio of Arcangelo Cascieri and Adio di Biccari. From the early 1970s through the 1980s, Shure helped to produce many of the public monuments, sculptures, memorials, and restorations completed at the Cascieri-di Biccari studio. He became involved in all the specialties of the sculpture studio including designing monuments and portraits, armatures, mold-making, casting in plaster, architectural ornament, and conservation and restoration of plaster, stone, and bronze. As Cascieri and di Biccari gradually retired, Shure continued the tradition of the sculpture studio. In 1990, Shure moved the Cascieri-di Biccari studio to Woburn, Massachusetts. It is one of the largest and most active studios of its type in the country. He is currently creating many significant public and private monuments and sculptures.