Zenos Frudakis is known for his public monuments, portrait statues, busts and figurative sculptures. Freedom, his best known sculpture, has become an Internet icon inspiring many in their quest to break free from boundaries. Zenos' sculpture Freedom has been listed in The Top Ten: Public Art by The Independent.
Explore an extensive award-winning collection of more than 100 bronze sculptures in public and private collections created over three decades by Zenos Frudakis, including The United States Air Force Memorial Honor Guard and Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and statues from John D. MacArthur and Frank Rizzo to Dame Lois Browne-Evans and Payne Stewart. His work includes sculptures of historic figures such as Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein, General Eisenhower and Sir Winston Churchill, as well as contemporary figures like Michael Kahn and Jack Nicklaus.
The collection includes portrait sculptures of musicians Don McLean and Nina Simone, as well as athletes Payne Stewart, Mike Schmidt, Arnold Palmer and Joe DiMaggio. Corporate commissions include public monuments, portrait statues, portrait busts and oil paintings of corporate leaders.
Take a look at the behind-the-scenes process, the concepts and research involved in creating these sculptures.