Richard MacDonald is a celebrated sculptor and a leading advocate of the neo-figurative movement in the arts. Known for his virtuosity in capturing impressions of live models while they are in motion, he depicts performers and dancers at the peak of their performance. According to author Tom Wolfe, MacDonald is “one of those rare artists who can feel the body in motion from the inside out.” MacDonald’s public monuments include The Flair, a 26-foot sculpture permanently installed at Atlanta’s Georgia International Plaza for the 1996 Olympic Games, and Momentum, a 15-foot tall bronze celebrating 100 years of the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Currently, he is creating The Grand Coda, a 16-foot monument for The Royal Ballet in London. MacDonald has dedicated his career to making a difference by creating passionate works of art that dramatically enrich the lives of others.
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