A sculpture of Apollo and Daphne: a life-sized Baroque marble masterpiece.
Martin Luther King Bronze head sculpture cast at the Paul King Foundry in Providence, RI.
New England Sculptor inspired from the great Masters.
Whether it’s to commemorate a historic event, add some aesthetic merit to a public square, or make an open space more appealing, successful public sculptures play a significant role in injecting a bit of character into their surroundings.
Turns out New England’s cultural cool and landscape diversity is matched by its many public sculpture parks, museum sculpture gardens, and public outdoor collections.
The practical uses of maquettes are most apparent when a commissioned work of sculpture is involved. If a particularly large or expensive sculpture is planned, using a maquette can help show how a piece will fit into its potential display space
Sculpture is a vehicle of personal interaction because making a piece of art for the public is much more important than just completing a commission and letting the work sit there.
In the 1920s and 1930s, Jean Arp developed a type of biomorphic sculpture that suggested a parallel between artistic creativity and creation in nature.