Master Sculptor Sabin Howard

is creating Washington DC’s National WW1 Memorial

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About Master Sculptor Sabin Howard

Master Sculptor Sabin Howard is working non-stop on his 58.5 foot long bronze relief for the World War I Memorial. By supporting this Patreon you get a closer look into the mind, artistry, and dedication required to helm a project of such magnitude.  

We started this page to give members a real behind-the-scenes look at the sculpting of the National WWI Memorial and Sabin's dynamic creative process. Patreons will receive first-looks at photos and videos, access to Q&A's, virtual tour of the studio, and sneak-peeks at clips from our documentary about the extraordinary journey of making a piece of art that unfolds on the world stage.

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Sabin's 38 figures tell the story of A Soldier’s Journey: a soldier receives his helmet from his young daughter, he heeds the call to arms and leaves home to join the battle, he loses himself in the frenzy of war, his brothers-in-arms fall prey to gas and bullets, he himself suffers shell-shock. Finally, a changed man, he leaves the battlefield, joins a triumphant processional home, and hands his helmet back to his daughter. The daughter, who represents the next generation, gazes into the helmet, seeing what’s to come: World War II.

This moving and dramatic Memorial honors the more than 4,000,000 American men and women who served in uniform during the Great War and the 116,000 people from the United States who gave their lives.
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