sculpture of Anthony Frudakis reflects the artist's mastery of human form
and sensitivity to beauty. His work has been called "Classical Realism",
synthesis of classical form and contemporary themes.
"I had the good fortune of growing up in a house where both of my parents were artists. They nurtured in me a love for beauty. It is to beauty that I have dedicated much of my time searching for and trying to give voice to this elusive element. Early in my art studies, I recognized kindred spirits in this love of beauty with the ancient Classical and Hellenistic sculptors of Greece. The sculptures of the Parthenon in particular inspired me with their grandeur. In them is a wonderful balance between the mind and the eye. What we are and what we behold, Heaven and Earth. These great works of visual poetry remain both exciting and challenging."