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Sculptor Sabin Howard on the Making of a National Memorial

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What does it take to create a national memorial? Join us as master sculptor Sabin Howard discusses the making of the National World War I Memorial.

Sabin Howard is an internationally renowned modern classical sculptor and draughtsman. He has participated in more than 50 group and solo shows and garnered prestigious commissions with architects such as Michael Graves. He has taught at the New York Academy of Art, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and University of The Arts. His sculptures and drawings have been collected by museums and private collectors all over the world.

About his body of work, The New York Times wrote: “Sabin Howard, a sculptor of immense talent, has created some of the last decade’s most substantive realistic sculpture. When viewing his works, visitors may be reminded of the time when Donatello and Rodin walked the earth.” Sabin is also the author of The Art of Life, a photoessay about figurative art through the ages; his webinars on the structure and anatomy of classical figure drawing are bought and studied all over the world. He is currently the sculptor on the National World War 1 Memorial project.

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