• Born in Philadelphia, PA
  • Professional sculptor for 42 years
  • Studied: Hussian School of Art, Phila.; Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, France
  • Over 600 bas-relief plaques, coins and fine art medals sculpted and produced in various media (bronze, silver, gold, etc.)
  • 1980 - Selected to show at International Exhibit of Medallic Art, Florence, Italy
  • 1984 - American Numismatic Assoc. Medallic Sculptor of the Year
  • July, 1988 - 8’ bronze statue of Gen. John Gibbon, a Phila. native, dedicated on Gettysburg Battlefield on Cemetery Ridge
  • 1999 - sculpted portraits of Gov. Tom Ridge & Lt. Gov. Mark Schweiker for PA Inaugural Medal
  • Work in private collections of : Prince Phillip of England; Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands; President of Kenya; President of Tanzania; US Natural History Museum, Washington, DC; British Museum, London, England; Marine Corps Museum, Parris Island, SC
  • 2001- “Angel of Marye’s Heights” monument - two 7’ figures - for
    National Civil War Museum, Harrisburg, PA
  • 2003 - US Merchant Marine Academy Monument dedicated, October 4, 2003, Kings Point, NY. Four life-size bronzes, bronze plaque on 49 tons of granite, 21' high
  • 2005 - Life-size Ernest Hemingway bronze dedicated July 21, 2005, Key West Museum of Art & History, Key West, FL
  • 2005 - 9' John Philip Sousa bronze dedicated November 5, 2005, Marine Barracks, Washington, DC
  • 2008 - Vermont National Guard Fallen Heros Memorial, dedicated September 11, 2009, Colchester VT.
  • In progress: Scottish Immigration Monument, Philadelphia, PA to be dedicated November, 2010 and Chesty Puller Memorial Statue, Quantico, VA
  • Specializes in historical bronzes including depictions of Napoleonic, Civil War, WWII, Viet Nam figures, which can be found in galleries across the U.S.
  • Visits historical sites associated with each sculpture, to research: Civil War Battlefields, Little Bighorn, Normandy Beaches, Waterloo, etc.
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