Monuments Honoring the Spirit and Courage of Our Heroes!Bronze memorials are a lasting way to honor and remember the service and sacrifice made in the name of freedom and democracy.
American Bald Eagle
The timeless symbol of American strength and freedom, the American Bald Eagle is a majestic and powerful force of nature. The master of the skies, a fierce apex predator descending from the heavens.
This breathtaking piece of classical style sculpture, highlighted with modern patina techniques, would take any space, and lift it to new heights.
The Battlefield Cross is a time honored military memorial that symbolizes the honor, service and sacrifice of soldiers killed in battle. The origins of the Battlefield Cross are believed to date back to the civil war. This touching memorial is life size with meticulous attention to every detail.
The Rifle is thrust in the ground signifying that the soldier died in battle, fighting to the end. The boots carry a soldier though the fight for freedom and are placed at the base of the rifle. They are worn and dirty to remind us of that final march. The dog tags are hung from the rifle so that the name of the fallen will never be forgotten. The Helmet is placed on top of the rifle representing what that person stood for and that the battle is over.
This Battle Cross Bronze monument is a powerful way to show lasting gratitude and honor the tremendous sacrifice of our American soldiers.
Large Battlefield Cross
The Battlefield Cross or The Fallen Soldier Battle Cross is an iconic symbol which honors American men and women who gave their lives serving their country. This touching war memorial recreates the ceremonial arrangement that soldiers in the field use to honor a soldier who has died on the battleground. The helmet and dog tags signify the fallen solider; the inverted rifle with bayonet denotes a time for prayer and the combat boots represent the final march of a soldier’s last battle.
Vietnam Era Battlefield Cross
In honor and respect of the fallen soldiers, this touching bronze statue shows a battlefield cross from the Vietnam era. Among the military, this image has become quite iconic, and it appears in military tattoos and sculptures as a motif—a powerful way to honor and remember the tremendous sacrifice of our American soldiers.
This statue is 1 and 1/4 life-size, and stands 51-inches tall. The cross is made from standing the soldier’s boots upright, perching the rifle upright in between the boots, and hanging the helmet from the rifle’s upright stock. The dog tags are draped gracefully from the rifle.
This statue was created by sculptor Richard Young and cast here in the US at Metal Arts Foundry. This bronze is available to order.
New life-size monument sculpted by Richard Young depicts a kneeling Firefighter in prayer. The statue can be customized with a specific unit patch, helmet badge and lettering. This monument honors service and sacrifice of our brave firefighters who risk their lives for us.
The photos show a clay model, which is a work in progress. We couldn’t wait to share this new monument with you.
About the Sculptors
Richard Young has more than 40 years of experience creating spectacular monuments and bronze statues. Young can create in clay every detail of a complicated weapon, military uniform or technical equipment. He oversees every aspect of the process and maintains the highest quality of workmanship and materials to insure customer satisfaction.
Lena Toritch is naturally gifted and highly trained. She has an intuitive and creative nature that allows her to see the inner qualities of a subject and find the most compelling way to create a person and personality in clay and bronze. She works with every client to understand their wishes and then designs a sculpture that touches those who see it and honors those who have earned our lasting gratitude.