Mourning Victory from the Melvin Memorial
Daniel Chester French (American, Exeter, New Hampshire 1850–1931 Stockbridge, Massachusetts)

Date: 1906–8, carving 1912–15
Medium: Marble

Mourning Victory from the Melvin Memorial

Daniel Chester French 
(American, Exeter, New Hampshire 1850–1931 Stockbridge, Massachusetts)

Date: 1906–8, carving 1912–15
Medium: Marble
Head of a king

Period: Sasanian
Date: ca. 4th century
Geography: Iran
Culture: Sasanian
Medium: Silver, mercury gilding
Dimensions: 15 3/4 x 9 x 7 7/8 in. (40 x 22.9 x 20 cm)
Classification: Metalwork-Sculpture

Head of a king

Period: Sasanian
Date: ca. 4th century
Geography: Iran
Culture: Sasanian
Medium: Silver, mercury gilding
Dimensions: 15 3/4 x 9 x 7 7/8 in. (40 x 22.9 x 20 cm)
Classification: Metalwork-Sculpture
Sculptor John Lopez was born and raised on a ranch in Western South Dakota. In the midst of a successful career in bronze sculpting, Lopez discovered an exciting new direction: scrap iron sculpting.
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Sculptor John Lopez was born and raised on a ranch in Western South Dakota. In the midst of a successful career in bronze sculpting, Lopez discovered an exciting new direction: scrap iron sculpting.
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Sculptor John Lopez was born and raised on a ranch in Western South Dakota. In the midst of a successful career in bronze sculpting, Lopez discovered an exciting new direction: scrap iron sculpting.
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Sculptor John Lopez was born and raised on a ranch in Western South Dakota. In the midst of a successful career in bronze sculpting, Lopez discovered an exciting new direction: scrap iron sculpting.
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Sculptor John Lopez was born and raised on a ranch in Western South Dakota. In the midst of a successful career in bronze sculpting, Lopez discovered an exciting new direction: scrap iron sculpting.

Meredith Dittmar - Dittmar’s human-animal-plant-energy amalgams contain threads of common elements and colors to express deep levels of union across themes of biology, technology, and consciousness 

Meredith Dittmar - Dittmar’s human-animal-plant-energy amalgams contain threads of common elements and colors to express deep levels of union across themes of biology, technology, and consciousness