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Julie Rotblatt-Amrany’s Artwork

July 18, 2018

The Quintessential Engineer by Julie Rotblatt-Amrany

Julie Rotblatt-Amrany has pieces of art displayed throughout the world and yet, her work speaks to something inside each of us. Julie combines elements of the spiritual and physical in her art, combining science and spirituality. She uses her love of multiple dimensions, metaphysics, and higher consciousness to create unique works of art that are evocative […]

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Is a LeBron Statue in the Future?

May 30, 2018

LeBron James statue

While LeBron James is trying to hang another banner commemorating a championship in Cleveland, a fellow alumnus of St. Vincent-St. Mary High School is trying to erect a statue in Akron, Ohio, of the Cavaliers star.   Aaron Carey, who is an Akron, OH native, attended St. Vincent-St. Mary six years after James graduated. Carey has […]

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The Man in Black Landmark

May 18, 2018

The Man in Black landmark will be viewable from two approaching arterial streets and the new pedestrian bridge. The work will rise from the sound hole of the guitar shape that defines the main plaza of the three-acre Legacy Park, collaboratively designed by RRM Design Group and Rotblatt Amrany Studio. Monumental exterior and interior lighting […]

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Our Sculpture Process

October 25, 2017

Ernie Banks sculpture creation

We are proud of our artists and all the pieces they create here at Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt & Amrany. We’d like to share with you a peek behind the curtain on how we create some of our statues. Sculpture Process First Stage: Armature and Rough Cubistic Form Through the use of proportional charts, […]

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Detroit-Windsor Cross-Border Bridge to be Named After Gordie Howe

June 4, 2015

gordie howe statue

Gordie Howe has already been immortalized in a bronze statue we were commissioned to do in 2007, but now the name of “Mr. Hockey” himself will also live on, with the Detroit-Windsor cross-border bridge. Canadian and U.S. officials announced the name last month in Windsor, and the “Gordie Howe International Bridge” is set to be […]

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What to Do During the Holidays in Chicago

December 12, 2014

In the middle of the holiday season, you may be scrambling for things to do with your family and friends coming to visit.  Whether you’re a seasoned Chicago resident or new to the area, there’s never a shortage of things for you to do or see in the city. There’s plenty of great shopping in the Chicago […]

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Could Glowing Trees Really Be in Our Future?

April 28, 2014

glowing trees

What do you get when you cross a jellyfish with an oak tree? No, it is not some sort of children’s riddle.  This was a real question posed by Dutch designer/artist/architect Daan Roosegaarde.  He wondered at how jellyfish and fireflies got their glow, how he could harness it, and how he could use it to […]

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Rauschenberg Foundation: Changing the World Through Art

April 23, 2014

rauschenberg foundation

When you think of an artist leaving a legacy, you may think of the artwork he or she created through the years.  But some artists are leaving behind more than just canvases and sculptures.  Their legacies are foundations that were created to promote art or better the world in general.  One such artist was Robert […]

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6 Facts About Picasso You Probably Didn’t Know

April 16, 2014

pablo picasso

Pablo Picasso is known world-wide for his intriguing paintings..  Here are 10 fun facts about Picasso that you probably didn’t know: 1. Pablo Picasso wasn’t his real name.  Well, not his entire name, at least.  His whole name, all 23 words of it, is Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios […]

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Leave the Art Work to the Bees

April 4, 2014

bee sculpture

Canadian artist, Aganetha Dyck, freely admits that she doesn’t do most of the work to create the art that carries her name.  And yet, her exhibitions have been shown all over the world without a complaint from the real workers.  In fact, they are happily buzzing about her work that is currently on display at […]

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