Dimensions: 3.5′ Year Completed: 2004 Material: Bronze Donor: On loan from David Ault, owner of Fox Run Golf Club
About the artist:
Artist Bio: b. 1942
A renowned, international sculptor, Harry Weber was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1942. He was educated at Princeton University, where he studied art history. Weber has produced a body of work of over 90 large and more than 200 smaller pieces. His work embodies human emotion and power with a spontaneity developed from a lifelong habit of sketching from life. He creates sculptures, which capture an instant, never static or posed, with a distinct style that makes maximum use of the natural fluidity of the bronze medium.
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