Gerald Siciliano

"The work of sculpture is physical. 'Creation' takes place in some undefined space between labor and discovery, between craft and ability."

Gerald Siciliano looks to Italy for materials and inspiration. He first traveled there in 1972. Experiencing the art, history and heritage of the stone-carving centers of Tuscany left a permanent and significant impression. Now he treks there once a year to purchase tons of classical and exotic marble.

Michelangelo, Pisano, Della Robbia (the "same old suspects," as he calls them) are his primary influences. He combines the techniques these masters used with contemporary ones, utilizing diamond and pneumatic tools, taking part in an "aesthetic sensibility unique to our era."

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Torsolino: Brown Patina Finish
Bronze Sculpture

by Gerald Siciliano
$ 5,050
$ 4,292.50
Torsolino: Satin Finish
Bronze Sculpture

by Gerald Siciliano
$ 5,050
$ 4,292.50
Reclining 72
Bronze Sculpture

by Gerald Siciliano
$ 6,550
$ 5,567.50
Torso: Patina Finish
Bronze Sculpture

by Gerald Siciliano
$ 5,050
$ 4,292.50
Standing Study
Bronze Sculpture

by Gerald Siciliano
$ 9,075
$ 7,713.75
Reclining Study
Bronze Sculpture

by Gerald Siciliano
$ 7,550
$ 6,417.50
Nautilus
Metal Sculpture

by Gerald Siciliano
$ 34,250
$ 29,112.50
Pugilista
Bronze Sculpture

by Gerald Siciliano
$ 30,975
$ 26,328.75
Tre Spalle
Stone Sculpture

by Gerald Siciliano
$ 27,950
$ 23,757.50
Lourdes
Stone Sculpture

by Gerald Siciliano
$ 20,675
$ 17,573.75
Due Skiene (Pamela)
Stone Sculpture

by Gerald Siciliano
$ 22,250
$ 18,912.50