City of Upper Arlington, Ohio

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Amelita Mirolo Barn

I emphasize subjects that deal with life and life's experiences. I use the shape of my pieces to create the inner feelings of the human being. In addition, I feel that "art for art's sake" is not enough. I want to create sculptures that both express and evoke human emotion. As a Holocaust survivor, I believe that my life was spared to do my work so people may enjoy it. Whether it is one of my Holocaust sculptures, a biblical figure, or a woman standing proud and tall, the human aspect of the piece is what is being expressed to the viewer- that there is beauty and value to be found in all our lives, for I truly believe that life is a celebration. - Alfred Tibor

Learn more about Alfred Tibor's work here.

UA Community Foundation

Thank you to:

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Chase 200Columbus Neighborhood Grant program
The Yassenoff Family
UA Arts