Original Sylvia Shaw Judson statues can be found in public parks and private gardens across America.
For the first time ever, now many of her works, all upon the approval and permission of her estate, are becoming available for reproduction and purchase.
All statues are made in the USA, are all copyright protected, and are made using a combination of fiberglass, resin, and marble.
They will last outside forever!
However, her extensive work can be viewed and admired throughout the United States. Public parks and private gardens across America—from Boston Commons and Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park to Chicago’s Brookfield Zoo, from the White House to Santa Barbara—provide settings for the well-loved sculpture and fountains of Sylvia Shaw Judson.
|Sculpted by Mrs. Judson in 1936, and made |
famous by the best-selling movie,
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
Sylvia Shaw Judson was born in Lake Forest, Illinois, near Chicago.
Trained at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and in Paris under Antoine Bourdelle, her skill and talent was recognized with an impressive list of honors, prizes, and awards.
We will have pieces arriving for our garden show over the next few weeks. Other pieces on their way are a clay totem by Steve Fabrico, garden stakes, animals made from recycled metal, bird houses made from wood, clay and wool.
The show opens on March 1, 2014 at Carolina Creations, 317 Pollock St, New Bern, NC