The forms of this sculpture are made with a cementious mix that in part includes portland cement along with other ingredients. The manufacturer describes the material as engineered, or man made stone. This family of materials are what is used when dealing with wind erosion, acid rain and other forces that erode exterior cornices, friezes, carvings, castings and other stone or ceramic ornamental exterior features on buildings. Cementious mixes build these exterior building features back up to their original specs and imagery in the architectural reconstruction of the building facade. This family of materials is time and field proven to be completely weather impermeable to the full spectrum of weather circumstances. The forms of this...
• 1959-61 Gordon's School of Painting NYC
• 1962-65 Long Island Institute of Music& Art NYC
• 1966-70 Art Student's League NYC
• 1969-72 Pratt Institute NYC
• 1972-73 School of Visual Arts NYC
• 1972-75 Apprentice Tinsmith NYC
• 1973-74 Art Student's League NYC
• 1974-76 New York Studio School NYC
• 1975-77 Private Study with George Spaventa NYC, Paris, France
• 1969- Artist in Residence, 'Window Silhouettes' Stained Glass and Resin Factory, NYC
• 1970- Free-Lance Illustrator NYC
• 1971- Drawing and Art History Instructor; Harlan L. Graham School; Unionville, PA
• 1972-73- Roman Bronze Fine Art Casting NYC
• 1973-74- Modern Art Foundry NYC
• 1978- Sculpture Assistant, New York Studio...
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