In Washington DC.
Artist Jennifer Frudakis-Petry came to the foundry today to inspect the wax of her seven foot sculpture.
Emlen Tunnell, (March 29, 1925 - July 22, 1975) was the first African American to play for the New York Giants, served during WWII, and also played for the Green Bay Packers.
Jennifer arrived with committee members and a photographer.
The finished statue will be unveiled early next year in Radnor, PA were Tunnell was from
From the past few months is paying off!
Thanks to Jamie Lester and Vivat Hongpong for the wonderful pictures of your finished work!
Here's the video in case you missed it.
On May 14, 2017 at Laran Bronze fine art foundry over a hundred local buddhists and monks from Thailand joined us. There was a ceremony and prayers. Many even tossed personal belongings (gold) into the crucible.
Thanks Tomas Bichko for these incredible and healthy food baskets! We at the foundry work very hard to make sure that every sculpture is crafted beyond artist's expectations. It makes us so happy to see that our clients are satisfied.
Heding out to Hot Springs Arkansas to it's new home and happy owner. We'll be posting pics of the final installment soon!
On Friday the Washington Building Congress held a ceremony at which several members of our team received awards.
In 2004 Laran won awards for the National WWII Memorial