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Condiments Sculpture By Robin Antar

Condiments Sculpture by Robin Antar

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Art Showcase – Wall Sculpture

This is a model for a Torah casing which was carved out of a solid piece of stone in 1992. This is one piece of stone representing the Wailing Wall, the Kotel, with towelette coming on top. I got this … Continue reading

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Art Showcase – Knots Sculpture

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4UtcCfRGA4&feature=youtu.be This piece is a knot. It is one of the several knot pieces that I have created. It is carved out of a solid piece of watermelon marble. And, basically, this piece represents the frustrations, and the anxieties of … Continue reading

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NYU Student Creates Video For Me

A few weeks ago I published a post about a journalism student in NYU who decided to do a project on me. Her project was to document a day in New York City from the perspective of a visually impaired artist. … Continue reading

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My Interview On Pop Culture Radio

I recently had an interview on Pop Culture Radio. To listen to the interview click on the links below. (If the links don’t work, try using Google Chrome) Robin Antar Interview part 01 Robin Antar Interview part 02 Robin Antar … Continue reading

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Journalism Student Chooses Me For a Project

About a week ago I got an E-mail from a journalism student in NYU, named Dongnan Chen, who was doing a school project. The project was to document a day in New York City from the perspective of a visually … Continue reading

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Third Annual National Sculpture Competition In Canada

Sculptors around Canada recently entered their best stone sculptures, metal sculptures, and glass sculptures into the third annual National Sculpture Competition at Kingsbrae Garden. Fifteen out of the hundreds of sculptors were selected as finalists for the 2011 contest, which … Continue reading

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Stone Sculptures In New Zealand Need Funding

The town of Whangarei, New Zealand has decided to install three new stone sculptures at the Town Basin and the Aquatic Centre in order to show the town’s history through art. Eventually, in the near future, the town is hoping … Continue reading

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Ardmore Students Excel At Sculpting

Jesus Moroles, who is a well-respected sculptor, decided to use his artistic talents to teach high school students all about stone sculptures. Moroles has been working with students from the Charles B. Goddard Center in Ardmore for the past two … Continue reading

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New Sculpture At Westminster Library

Bart Walter has been involved in carving stone sculptures, marble sculptures, and various other contemporary sculptures for the last 3 decades. In order to be able to work on his craft for that long of a time period, Walter has … Continue reading

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