Along with painting, academics of all time consider sculpture to be one of the major arts but, unlike painting, the art of the master sculptor gives life, form, and substance to the works produced. The strength given precisely by three-dimensionality is the keystone that has always placed this major art on the Olympus of beauty. Just as man created from raw clay, the sculptor approaches his divine essence creating his work from raw material, modeling it with patience until it is undoubtedly unique. This is a sculpture. The sculptures collector understands this material metamorphosis and not only appreciates its beauty and technique but is aware that he will never feel alone among his works of art, because the great fathers of the past will always be with him through their children, whether they are made in marble, bronze, stucco or terracotta.