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  • Originally created in 1920, this life-sized sculpture depicts Elizabeth Eckhart, the youngest daughter of Polasek’s closest friend in Chicago, Percy Eckhart. Six-year-old Elizabeth is caught in a spontaneous pose as she danced around Polasek’s Chicago studio. Whimsical and fawn-like, she will captivate you! A casting of Polasek’s Elizabeth can be seen spreading joy at Nemours Hospital in Orlando's rooftop healing garden. The patina is available in French varnish patina in rich deep brown or verdigris.

    To purchase this sculpture or for more information, call 407-647-6294.

  • In 1961, Albin Polasek created this beautiful fountain piece as a wedding present for his wife, Emily, pictured as a young woman playing the harp. This small-scale reproduction was created by artist Laurie Ward, commissioned by the Albin Polasek Foundation. This charming sculpture is set off by a rectangular marble base. The patina is available in a rich deep brown with an elegant French varnish finish.

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  • This version of Man Carving His Own Density was created by Albin Polasek in 1917 and bears the artist’s signature and date. Shown in a rich verdigris patina, this signature piece of sculpture is the perfect size to make a statement in your room but small enough to be portable. The patina is available in an array of colors.

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  • This large version of Man Carving His Own Destiny can be viewed publicly at the Orlando History Center. Make this iconic sculpture the focal point of your business or home entrance. Nothing quite sums up strength like Polasek. Suitable size for indoors or outdoors and bears the artist signature and date. The patina is available in an array of colors.

    To purchase this sculpture or for more information, call 407-647-6294.

  • Created by Albin Polasek, this Man Carving His Own Destiny is the perfect size for an office. A constant reminder to seize the day! The bronze patina is available in an array of colors.

    To purchase this sculpture or for more information, call 407-647-6294.

  • The sculpture is cast in outdoor quality limestone composite material, resembling natural stone in every respect to weight, color, and texture. This version of Man Carving his Own Destiny is particularly special as it dates to Polasek’s “post-stroke period,” when he overcame great physical handicaps in chiseling this magnificent sculpture.  This is a resounding testament to the power of the individual spirit and the attainment of the “American Dream.” Shown in a natural white limestone, color may be added to the stone slurry to create a requested color.  and date. The patina is available in an array of colors.

    To purchase this sculpture or for more information, call 407-647-6294.

  • Originally created by Mr. Polasek during WWII, this stunning piece captures the essence and suffering of war. The grief of a mother is apparent in every line and gesture. Truly a master piece. This sculpture is signed and dated by the artist. The patina is available in a hand-rubbed French varnish patina or verdigris.

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  • Fourteen high relief medallions depicting the Stations of the Cross. Polasek worked three years of his life to create this series for the St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha, Nebraska. The artist’s self-portrait can be seen in the Twelfth Station.

    To purchase this sculpture or for more information, call 407-647-6294.

  • Fourteen high relief medallions depicting the Stations of the Cross. Polasek worked three years of his life to create this series for the St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha, Nebraska. The artist’s self-portrait can be seen in the Twelfth Station.

    To purchase this sculpture or for more information, call 407-647-6294.

  • Fourteen high relief medallions depicting the Stations of the Cross. Polasek worked three years of his life to create this series for the St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha, Nebraska. The artist’s self-portrait can be seen in the Twelfth Station. This mid-sized reproduction created by artist, Roberto Santo, commissioned by the Albin Polasek Foundation.

    To purchase this sculpture or for more information, call 407-647-6294.

  • Fourteen high relief medallions depicting the Stations of the Cross. Polasek worked three years of his life to create this series for the St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha, Nebraska. The artist’s self-portrait can be seen in the Twelfth Station. This mid-sized reproduction created by artist, Roberto Santo, commissioned by the Albin Polasek Foundation.

    To purchase this sculpture or for more information, call 407-647-6294.

  • "In his own words, Albin Polasek's supreme achievement in sculpture was the Victorious Christ, commissioned by St. Cecelia's Cathedral in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1939. The seven-foot figure on a fifteen-foot cross adorns the high altar of the Cathedral, designed by architect William L. Steele. This resin piece affixed to a 12" wooden cross depicts the dying Christ, yet shows no defeat. In fact, it portrays an uplifted head and a spirit of triumph as He uttered the words, "Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do!" The victory represented in this piece echoes the same spirit by which the Czech-American sculptor lived his life." Photo attached.