National Air and Space Museum
figures in resin, height=14"
"Lily", life size epoxy for Rockefeller Billings Farm Museum, Vermont
Dan Schorr, National Public Radio, painted polymer proof, height=8"
AT&T Retirement Award
Paul DiPasquale investigates and produces public sculpture about history and the people who made it.
The following are his major public sculptures:
- 'Connecticut': In January of 1983, The New York Times printed a picture and story of Connecticut underway in DiPasquale's studio; it was about to be the only monument to Native Americans in the Capital of America. It was financed through the sale of 'etching dividends' by the artist. After the D.C. debut and two year tenure. It was purchased for Richmond's baseball "Diamond." Twenty seven years later, Odell Architecture purchased the well known roof top monument and installed it on their East Cary Street Lucky Strike building where it overlooks 'Indian Territory' once again.
- The Headman: On Brown's Island in Richmond in bronze; the competition subject was to honor the African American contribution to the Kanawha Canal System. It was installed in 1991.
- The Arthur Ashe Monument: on Richmond's Monument Avenue for which the artist was chosen Richmonder of the Year in 1996 by Style Magazine.
- Neptune Virginia Beach: the 34 ft tall bronze, unveiled in 2005 on the Virginia Beach boardwalk.
- The Virginia Beach Law Enforcement Memorial: a 20 ft bronze and granite monument honoring officers who died in the line of duty; installed in 2012, it is also on the city's oceanfront promenade.
His public bronze portrait figure and bust commissions include:
Governor and Mrs. Godwin, Oliver Hill, Esq, Mary Tyler Cheek, Dr. M. L. King, and Jimmy Dean.
Smaller private investigations include drawings, sculpture in bronze, glass and clay.
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Reviews and photographs of his work have appeared in The New York Times, Newsweek, Time, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, American Artist, Sculpture Magazine and other periodicals. He is listed in Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in America, and Who's Who in the Arts.
A graduate in Sociology with Art minor from the University of Virginia, and trained at the Boston Architectural Center, he received his Masters degree in Sculpture from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1977. He has been an instructor, resident, and/or visiting artist at Northern Virginia Community College, Maryland Institute, American Academy in Rome, International City of the Arts in Paris, William and Mary and adjunct instructor at Virginia Commonwealth University.
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