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Posted May 3, 2016
The Newington-Cropsey Foundation has an online feature of Amy Kann.  In the Studio: Amy Kann explores Kann’s work routine, sculptures
Posted May 3, 2016
Lawrence Noble created Brookgreen Garden’s 2016 medal Cicada Days/Firefly Nights.  In 1945, Gertrude Lathrop created a medal for Brookgreen Gardens, which was
Posted May 3, 2016
Martin Eichinger unveiled his second monumental bronze bust for the Portland Valley Scottish Rite.  The Masons commissioned the bust of
Posted April 28, 2016
Across the nation and oversees, people are expanding their knowledge of sculpture through workshops. Here are a few workshop options:
Posted April 26, 2016
John Svenson, Honorary Fellow of National Sculpture, passed away in early April this year.  Svenson is well known for his
Posted April 20, 2016
Exonicus LLC, which has made a name for itself in 3D technologies and digitized human anatomy for artists, designers and
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Sculpture Conference Event
Posted April 19, 2016
Zenos Frudakis will unveil his 8′ high bronze of Frederick Law Olmsted on April 22nd.  The work, at The North
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Sculpture Dedication
Posted April 1, 2016
Glenna Goodacre, FNSS completed the monumental sculpture Mayo Ancestors. Featuring three 8′ high figures, the monument was cast at Bollinger
Posted March 30, 2016
Anthony Antonios installed reliefs of St. John the Baptist and St. Ignatius Loyola at Fordham Preparatory School.  Antonios worked on the
Posted March 30, 2016
In late March, Gary Staab’s Columbian life-sized mammoth sculpture was installed in Omaha, Nebraska’s Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium.  The