In 1946, Frank Zamboni invented his ice resurfacing machine for his ice skating rink in Paramount, CA. In 1999 the city built a faux ice rink outside his original building. The hockey player is one of the eight bronze figures the city commissioned us to create.
Dee Clements is an artist with diverse sculptural interests: exploring concepts for pieces from different cultures, images and philosophies.
Clements grew up drawing the human figure and received his BFA at the University of South Dakota. After a tour of duty in Korea, as a helicopter pilot, he attended the University of Northern Colorado attaining a Masters degree in sculpture. He has lived in Loveland, Colorado since 1979 and has created over 120 sculptures. An exciting area of Clements’ art has been commissions both large and small. Using his study of abstract design combined with his extensive background in representational sculpture has enabled Clements to create pieces that stand the “test of time”. A defining work, “Desert Holocaust Memorial”, in Palm Springs, California, is an example of Clements’ use of powerful figurative sculpture in conjunction with strong architectural design.
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