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SABIN HOWARD grew up in both the visual splendor of Italy and the urban hotbed of New York City in the 60’s and 70’s, a dual upbringing to which he credits his lifelong passion for self-expression and visual beauty. Formally trained in Philadelphia and New York, he apprenticed in Rome, and taught figure sculpture for 20 years. The recipient of many awards and public and private commissions, Howard’s figures have been the focal point of several prestigious retrospective showings throughout the U.S. and has found itself in the entryway of the Edith Wharton Museum, Time Warner Center in NYC and within the collections of many prominent collectors. He lives in New York City with his wife, Traci L. Slatton.
TRACI L. SLATTON is a graduate of Yale and Columbia, where she has taught freshman composition. She lives in Manhattan with her husband, sculptor Sabin Howard, whose classical figures and love for Renaissance Italy inspired her historical novel Immortal [Bantam Dell]
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