ART WORK

The Bond

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

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Point of View

This bronze monument on Pittsburgh’s Mount Washington depicts a meeting in October 1770 between George Washington and Seneca leader Guyasuta.

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Our Path

“Mother Nature provides for us, thus we have an enormous responsibility to her. This sculpture represents and embraces our relationship within nature.”

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No Recess Please

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.

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In The East, Brother Benjamin Franklin

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.

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Despair and Anger

Experience raw emotions. This multi-media piece involves Sculpture, Poetry, Lighting and Sound.

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Of One

From one view she supports him and from another he supports her.

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The Search

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.

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The Walk

We can learn from the balance between the past, present and future.

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Utter Despair

The bronze piece is translation of human raw emotions. Utter Despair ~ that says it all.

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