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Posted by on Jul 18, 2014 in Children at Play - Life Size, Children at Play - Small, Family - Life Size, Family - Small, small/medium Bronze | 0 comments

  Offered in two sizes:      Edition of 30       H 12″, W 32″, D 13″       Price: $6,000           Edition of 12       H 26″, W 30″, D 41″       Price: Edition Sold Out The play of opposites.  Boy and girl.  Yin and yang.  It is impossible for us remember a time when we were not conscious of the delicate balance between male and female.  Mark...

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The Chosen One

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in Family - Life Size, Monuments |

Life-size Price: $ Inquire Main Street Art is one of the nation’s premiere sources for Fine Art Bronze. Our talented artists cover many styles and subject matter. All work is cast in small limited editions. For questions about purchasing or commissioning work please contact us.

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Stargazers

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in Family - Life Size |

Edition of 12 H 94″ Price: $34,500 Grandfather and child…a stretch of two generations, maybe fifty years apart.  And here they are in the dark, looking up at the stars.  Out there, beyond the tiny specks of light we call stars, are billions of dusty clouds of molecules, many of them hundreds of light years across our tiny universe’s unseen cradles of...

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Smiles for Grandma

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in Family - Life Size |

Edition of 12 H 75″, W 25″, D 19″ Price: $31,500 We are silly creatures when the new babies come, competing for the slightest of infant gestures and feeling we have accomplished much when rewarded with the slightest gurgling reply. Grandmas are the worst (or best) of all in performing these silly rituals, though Grandpas will sometimes...

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Procession

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in Children at Play - Life Size, Family - Life Size |

Edition of 12  H 63″ (tallest) Price: $69,400 Individual Pieces may be purchased Dressing up brings on a celebrative air of grandiosity.  Without even thinking, a procession is formed.  The oldest, of course, with the flowery hat that once was Grandma’s, leads out, followed by a shaded queen as her own attendant.  Bringing up the rear, the tiniest...

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