Portrait Sculpt from Life by Anthony Alemany

Utrecht Competition 2010:

2nd Place—Sculpture

Portrait Sculpt from Life by Anthony Alemany
16 x 14 x10, water-based clay.

Alemany studied and graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design. While at SCAD he discovered sculpture and eventually travelled abroad for a summer course at the Florence Academy of Art. In Florence, Alemany found realist artists from the past and present who exert a kind of beauty and passion in their work that Alemany aspired to in his own. In his work, he hopes to inspire beauty and ask moral questions that will engage the viewer in an intellectual conversation and provoke an appreciation for realism in art. Alemany is based in Maine.


Prize Information:

Grand Prize—The Grand Prize winner receives a 6-week full scholarship to the Grand Central Academy of Art in New York City, and up to $3,500 to cover travel expenses and accommodations.
Category Winners—The top three winners in each category (Drawing, Painting, Sculpture) will be awarded a Utrecht ArtSmart™ gift card. First place receives a $1,500 ArtSmart™ gift card, second place gets a $750 ArtSmart™ gift card, and third place wins a $500 ArtSmart™ gift card.

Honorable Mentions—The three honorable mentions in each category will receive Certificates of Merit from Utrecht and a subscription to American Artist.

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