Bas-Reliefs

In additions to their merits as stand alone works of art, bas-reliefs are an excellent means to provide personality and a lasting memory of place to an architectural setting. I was fortunate to grow up in Chicago which has a rich tradition of architectural ornamentation utilizing bas-relief. My aesthetic values were formed in childhood by absorbing the beauty and care put into these patterns in the environment. Such craftsmanship is a grace for children of the present and future.

“Vash Gon”, bronze, 10″ x 20″ ……………………………………………Edward Curtis”, bronze, 12″ x 16″ For Christopher Cardozo Fine Art

“The Body of the Church”, plaster, 2’x 4’……………………………..”Prayers Answered”, plaster, 2′ x 4′ Mary, Mother of the Church, Burnsville, MN (See sculpture page for context)

“In Memory of my Dad”, bronze, 9″ x 12″……………………”Rose of Light”, bronze, 10″ x 14″

“Father Tim”, bronze, 9″ x 12″, Church of St. Paul, Ham Lake, MN…..”Architecture Angel” 24″ x 39″

“Jacob’s Hope”, bronze, 8″ x 14″………………………………………..”Goddess of Spring”, bronze, 17″ dia. For the Jacob Wetterling Foundation

“The Nicholsons”, bronze, 7.5″ x 10″ grave marker inset…………..”Omega”, glass, 12″ diameter

Three bronze medallions, 5″ diameter, and an 18 x 25mm silver pendant.

“Daydream”, 8″ x 13″………………………-…………………………………………………….”Sarah”, 9″ x 12″

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