Sculpture

VN War Helicopter ‘Sculptural Art’ Opening June 17

June 1, 2017

The American Helicopter Museum and Education Center in West Chester, Pa., will open what it's calling a "one of a kind sculptural art installation" on June 17: a one-time Army helicopter that was shot down…

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‘No Guts No Glory’ Art Exhibit in London

April 12, 2017

British artist Ben Turnbull's mixed media (collages, sculptures, installations, digital prints) solo exhibition, "No Guts No Glory," went on view in London's up-scale Saatchi Gallery April 11. Running till May 8, the works artistically and metaphorically…

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Houston Conwill, 1947-2016

November 22, 2016

Houston Conwill , a prominent sculptor who specialized in large installations, died November 14 at age 69. A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Conwill joined the U.S. Air Force in 1966 and did a tour of…

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'No Man Left Behind' Statues Unveiled at Camps Lejeune and Pendleton

November 12, 2014

Two copies of "No Man Left Behind, " a striking ten-foot-tall bronze monument created by the artist and sculptor John Phelp s, were dedicated today outside of the Wounded Warrior Battalion (East) Hope and Care…

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Sculptor Ken Hruby’s Latest: ‘Banded Brothers’

October 23, 2013

Sculptor Ken Hruby's twenty-one years in the U.S. Army, including his tour of duty in the Vietnam War, have been a strong influence on his work.  "Hruby's work explores the tenuous relationship between soldier and…

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Sculptor Joe Mooney's Work Remembers the Battle of Ong Thanh

October 2, 2013

The accomplished Philadelphia sculptor Joe Mooney’s work consists of impressionistic welded steel and stainless steel sculptures. His most recent work, "Warriors Tympanum, " is a series of sculptures commemorating the October 17, 1967, Vietnam War …

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