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Monuments: Creation of our National Symbols
April 20, 2023 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Ivan Schwartz, sculptor, painter, inventor, and founder of StudioEIS will share his story of creating bronze sculptures for some of the nation’s most noted historic sites. His works are located at Signer’s Hall at the National Constitution Center, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, George Washington’s Mount Vernon, New York Historical Library, and many presidential libraries including the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library in Austin, and the George Bush Presidential Library in College Station.
Ivan Schwartz is the founder and director of StudioEIS, which he founded in 1976. He is a sculptor, painter, and designer, with a keen interest in American history and the use of sculpture in the development of our national symbols. StudioEIS has now produced more important American History projects than any studio in U.S. history. The studio recently completed the Virginia Women’s Monument in Richmond Virginia and is currently working on the Clara Luper Memorial Sculpture in Oklahoma City, with a planned unveiling in 2024. Ivan’s visual memoir, Scratching the Surface, was published in 2021.