Welcome to Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt-AmranyWe invite you to browse through our website exploring our famous commissions: The Spirit: Michael Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Memorial to Pat Tillman, Vince Lombardi Statue, Al McGuire, Stan Mikita, Bobby Hull, and many others. We would also like you to take a look at Julie and Omri’s Fine Art Portfolios, Biographies, and the history of the studio.
Come join us for a glimpse of the Studio and School of Studio Artists. Learn about News of recently completed work and work in progress. We invite you to share the concepts and ideas that Julie and Omri have explored over the past years and understand their dreams and vision for the future as expressed through their personal work.
“The Amranys have exhibited their work, which includes sculptures, paintings, and tapestries, throughout the United States as well as in such countries as Belgium, France, Israel and China.”
-The Daily Herald
Call us at 1-847-432-9925 to challenge us to bring a new sculptural experience to your life.
On January 13, 2018, the LA Kings and the Staples Center unveiled a statue of broadcasting legend Bob Miller. Bob Miller’s statue joins other statues of LA King greats Luc Robitaille and Wayne Gretzky. The unveiling was part of the pregame ceremony and was broadcast live on Fox Sports West. READ MORE
The Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League and the City of Regina unveiled a new 18-foot tall statue of a Riders football player carved out of white bronze outside of their Mosaic Stadium. The player is assisted into the air by the support of the surrounding Rider fans. In addition to the 2,000 lbs statue, three walls accent the area with images of the indigenous history of the area, names of fans that contributed to the Build the Pride project, and one that represents the future. The three walls are 20 feet long and weigh approximately 14 tons each. READ MORE
🎥| Created as a testament to Rider Nation’s unbridled passion.Here’s how the @RotblattAmrany Fine Art Studio brought the 13th Man to life. pic.twitter.com/LoXD4rv7YT — Sask. Roughriders (@sskroughriders) July 8, 2017
On Thursday, May 18th, the Packers Heritage Trail Plaza received its newest addition with the installation of “Drumbeat of The Lumberjack Band”. Commissioned by the owners of Miron Construction, David and Jane Voss and Tim and Andrea Kippenhan, this statue commemorates what Vince Lombardi called “the best playing band in the National Football League.” The Lumberjack Band got its start in 1921 and played at games, pep rallies, and other celebrations. The drummer of the band is immortalized with his classic red coat and banging on his drum. READ MORE
Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt-Amrany is proud to announce our latest dedication and unveiling. On Friday, April 28th, 2017 at 2:15 p.m., our latest creation, “The Quintessential Engineer” will be unveiled at the University of Illinois. The location of the dedication will be on the Engineering Quad, east side of the Micro + Nanotechnology Laboratory (MNTL) at 208 N. Wright Street in Urbana, Illinois. Artist Julie Amrany will present her latest piece, while University of Illinois’ Dean of the College of Engineering, Andreas Cangellaris, a representative from Texas Instruments Incorporated, and other campus leaders will speak at the dedication on the impact that women have on STEM careers. In addition, they will speak on the significance of the statue on the campus of the University of Illinois. After the ceremony, a reception will take place in the lobby of the MNTL building. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
On Friday, March 24th the long-awaited Shaquille O’Neal sculpture will be unveiled for all to see. The Bronze sculpture features the basketball legend sinking the ball into the hoop for a victorious slam dunk. READ MORE
The Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt-Amrany is proud to announce a ribbon cutting ceremony was held in Folsom California Saturday, October 4th at 10:00 am, to celebrate the official opening of the Johnny Cash Trail; a bike and pedestrian trail to honor the legendary musician. This ribbon cutting also kicks off the development of the 2.5-mile long Johnny Cash Trail Art Experience. Both Roseanne and Cindy Cash, Johnny Cash’s daughters, were in attendance. Roseanne Cash held a performance the night before at the Harris Center for the Arts in Folsom. READ MORE