This historical, bronze statue represents a bond between two countries and three men. The story begins when Benjamin Franklin went to France as a diplomat
This bronze monument on Pittsburgh’s Mount Washington depicts a meeting in October 1770 between George Washington and Seneca leader Guyasuta.
I look at my bike as a female form! Her lines and her shape, the way she flows from front to back. She grabs the road and grabs me. I hang on for dear life.
“Mother Nature provides for us, thus we have an enormous responsibility to her. This sculpture represents and embraces our relationship within nature.”
A nine year old girl fell on the playground. Three days later died at the hospital. This art is made from the steel from that playground, that hospital. A Library was built in her name.
This Sculpting journey began with in-depth discussions at the new home of In The East, Brother Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia’s Masonic Temple, Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania.
Experience raw emotions. This multi-media piece involves Sculpture, Poetry, Lighting and Sound.
From one view she supports him and from another he supports her.
We all set out on the journey of life in search of our own ‘right path’. We discover challenges and opportunities, and react in our own unique way.
We can learn from the balance between the past, present and future.
The bronze piece is translation of human raw emotions. Utter Despair ~ that says it all.
The Hulton Bridge 1909-2016. The three separate pieces, left to right, represent similarities and parallels in objects and in us.