Triumph Over Tragedy

Triumph Over Tragedy

Copper and bronze directly sculpted, patina, sealed.

The Innocent Died

The Innocent Died

Living Branches Memorial Scroll

Living Branches Memorial Scroll

Let Life Triumph

Let Life Triumph

Selected in 2002 by the Smithsonian to represent epics in American history for a two year traveling photo exhibit.

Zachor

Zachor

Kenseth Beth Israel, Richmond, VA. Bronze, copper and vitreous enamel – 64″ x 62″ – 1985

Yad for a Holocaust Torah

Yad for a Holocaust Torah

This Yad portrays Rachel as she weeps for her children who are no more. The hand sculpted bronze chain is fully articulated.

Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget

This undulating hand sculpted bronze barbed wire implores the viewer to heed the lessons of the Holocaust lest they be repeated.

Rachel Weeping for Her Children – Study Model

Rachel Weeping for Her Children – Study Model

In 1986 Bishop Walter Sullivan commissioned me to create a major Holocaust sculpture for the grounds of the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Richmond, Virginia.