Sculpture is a challenging endeavor.  Calculating the precise dimensions and planning the piece before chiseling the first stroke are the guarantee for an amazing result.  The ratio between the various parts of a statue will directly impact its visibility and the observation experience.  When all preparations are complete and the final statute is clearly envisioned, the artist will approach his toolbox to select the appropriate chiseling tools.

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A miniature of - "The fig Monument" is presented to Rabbi Meir Rubinstein, the mayor of Beitar

a sculpture offers 3D qualities

Some people seek the statue of an animal, like the “Jerusalem Lion” (link) while others request the figure of a famous figure for inspiration.  Unlike works of art to be affixed to walls and ceilings, a sculpture offers 3D qualities.  The artist can decide which materials to use throughout the sculpting process.  Gold, silver, metals, concrete, wood adequately, and copper is just some of the materials that can be integrated into every work, especially in sculpture.

There is an immense difference between minor art, like sculpting a Hannukah menorah (link) and tabletop items, and large-scale pieces.  For a floor sculpture, the artist will create a perfect fit between the size of his creation and the room for which it is intended.  A statue can properly depict the inspiration as is or provided an abstract figure that will invoke in the viewer thoughts of the artist’s intentions.

The gallery specializes in pieces and statues that enrich the underlying stories.  Let’s embark on an artistic journey of our roots and together design the piece that you’ve dreamed of.  Whether a statue for your home or office, a public building or lobby, the gallery staff will do everything to ensure that every detail you considered will be part of the sculpture, sculpture by the artist will add value to its venue and attract the attention of all of its visitors.