Michael Curtis has worked as a painter, sculptor, architect and teacher for thirty-five years. His most significant sculptural commissions include The History of Texas at Texas Rangers Ball-Park; numerous portrait busts for the Library of Congress, The Supreme Court Building, and other public buildings, including Justice Thurgood Marshall; and, many public statues, including General Eisenhower. His specialty is portraiture and fine medals, including the George Washington Presidential Medal and the John Marshall Medal in Law. Also to his credit, Mr. Curtis has had over 30 one-man and group exhibitions; his painting, sculpture, and architectural drawings are represented in over 300 private and public collections. Recent architectural commissions include The New American Home, 2011; The Frost Building; a suite of homes for HousePlans.com. For more information see www.theclassicalartist.com.
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