Sculpture Studios Portolio

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Subculture

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Sculptural 

The studio deals with life size bronze sculptural portraits, or busts, of persons.  Such works include numerous private collections but also public sculptural projects including bronze busts of William Gillette as Sherlock Holmes, on permanent display at the Gillette Castle in Haddam, Connecticut, Thorton Wilder, Pulitz Prize Author on permanent display at the Miller Memorial Library in Hamden, Connecticut,  Eli Whitney, Inventor of the Cotton Gin, soon to be dedicated at the Eli Whitney Museum in Hamden, CT., and many others. These historical figures were modeled from referencing photographs.  

Most of the works are modeled from life, that is, the person being sculpted sits for the artist, either Anthony or Peter while they model the person in clay.  However, due to the amount of time necessary for these custom sculptures to be constructed, it is also possible to model a person using several photographs as a reference.   Those people that live nearby the studio are modeled from life come to the studio to pose.  

After the sculpture which is modeled in clay is completed, it is then cast into plaster, polyester, cement or bronze.