ROBIN ANTAR

Robin Antar's passion as a sculptor can be described as "realism in stone." All her work involves a technique that captures common, everyday items, first replicated on a real life-scale in stone with meticulous detail, then customized by incorporating accompanying parts with stains, paints, plastics and gold leaf. Works have been exhibited in many shows and galleries, including Sotheby's, the National Art Club, Nabisco gallery, the City Museum of St. Louis, and the Provincetown Art Museum, among many others. She also does much commission work - Dr. Marten Boots, Skechers Boots, and Chateau Haut-Brion wines, to name a few clients. She has been awarded the Allied Artists of America (gold medal of honor) and Match Up (first prize) in sculpture. Antar currently live and works in New York.

 

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"Knot"
2007 Resin
Reproduction of original stone sculpture.
16 "x 11" x 9", no base.

 

"Star of David"
2007 Limestone and oak.
Reproduction of original stone sculpture.
16 "x 11" x 4", includes base.

"Perplexed"
2007 Alabaster
Reproduction of original stone sculpture.
19 "x 11" x 6", includes base.

 

"Competition of Forms 2"
1992 Bronze
Reproduction of original stone sculpture.
16 "x 12" x 4", includes base, signed.

"Riding Boot Brown"
2004 Resin and Oils
Reproduction of original stone sculpture.
13 "x 11.5" x 5.5", granite base.