There’s nothing better than a day at the beach, watching the waves and building sand castles. This delightful young lady looks up to see the sun and surf, taking a quick break while creating her dream palace.
The Princess and Her Palace
I Need My Space
This life-sized sculpture of a young boy reveals his obsession with space. It captures the feeling that for him, in this moment, the sky is the limit and his future is as bright as his dreams.
A life-size bronze of our Founder and Chairman’s father, the Reverend James Dobson was unveiled as part of the celebration of Focus on the Family’s ministry’s 25th anniversary in July of 2002.
Note: the photo is of the sculpture in the Welcome Center at the Headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colorado and was taken using a camera phone at close range which accounts for the distortion.
Legacy of Service
This sculpture honors the many police officers who serve and protect us and our children. Not only do they enforce the law, their love of our country and our people is passed on to future generations.
Legacy of Service (or Legacy, for short) was installed in front of the Grand Junction, Colorado Police Department in 2013.
Wild Ice is a life-sized sculpture cast in bronze that was installed at the Westminster, Colorado Ice Arena adding to Westminster’s Public Art portfolio during the summer of 2013
This wonderful piece consists of three life-size skaters (two boys and a girl) holding hands and playing “crack the whip.” One of the skaters is wearing speed skates, one is wearing hockey skates and one is wearing figure skates! The detailing in the sculpture is quite amazing and is already popular, especially among the skating crowd at the Ice Centre.
Fond memories of growing up in Goodland, Kan., were the inspiration for this piece. The local tennis courts near my boyhood home were flooded in winter to create an ice rink.
The neighborhood kids all loved to gather on the ice, and playing “crack the whip” was one of the favorite activities of the gang.
I am happy that other children will continue to forge their own memories on ice, and I am proud that this work may be a part of those memories-in-the-making for generations of skaters to come.
Greg working on the original clay sculpture in his studio:
A charming 5 year old girl welcomes all passers-by while seated in her wagon with her favorite quilt, toys, and pet bunny. The model for this piece was the sculptor’s granddaughter.
Always a crowd pleaser, this sunny sculpture won Juror’s Best of Show at the Sculpture Tour Salina 2012.
This 38″ tall sculpture showing the symbol of the Cross as formed by Jesus’ “Redemption” of the young man in His arms.
Through symbolism and the elements of bronze sculpture, Greg endeavors to illustrate God’s Redeeming Love.