Thursday, 13 October 2011

#52 In the Field: National Sculpture Society, New York . . .

Sandy with Rodin's Burghers of Calais
Metropolitan Museum of Art 
In 1893, our founding members, including Daniel Chester French, Augustus St. Gaudens, Stanford White and J.Q.A. Ward, established the Society to "spread the knowledge of 
good sculpture." Today, NSS continues to support sculpture 
as an active, vital, not-for-profit 501(c) 3 organization.

This week National Sculpture Society hosts a reception in 
honor of its Patron and Allied Professional members.  Trish 
and I are in New York to participate in these festivities.  

New York is always an "in the field" event for me:   I revisit museums, monuments and architecture that have helped 
shape my career as a sculptor and never fail to discover new and significant places, spaces and art.


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