Howard Jason Bronze Available at Art Leaders Gallery, West Bloomfield Michigan - 888-264-4887
As a boy living in Southern California, Jason developed a fascination with marine life, which would eventually form a major portion of his life's work. Following his graduation from Otis Parsons Art Institute and post-graduate study at the Pasadena Art Center, Jason began working alongside his father, famed sculptor Mario Jason in the foundry he built in Los Angeles.
Concentrating on marine life, Jason's reputation for creating works of unerring detail quickly began to build. "Daydream in blue", a massive sculpture of five dolphins leaping from the water was immediately acquired by a private collector in 1994, leading the way to public commissions for universities and museums. Before he turned 30, Howard Jason was invited to exhibit three sculptures at the Mystic Maritime Museum in Mystic, Connecticut.
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