will introduce you to the works of Richmond, Virginia sculptor, Terence
"Terry" Karselis. His work ranges from figurines of the French &
Indian War period and the American West to modern day Marine Corps
Generals. He works in bronze, silver, pewter, stone & wood.
ability to create historically accurate renditions has led to
commissions from organizations such as the Franklin Mint, the United
States Historical Society, the American Historical Foundation the
Museum of the Confederacy, the Army Historical Foundation and the
Marine Corps University Foundation. Terrys' work is also in private
collections throughout the United States and Europe.
in Manchester, England just prior to World War II, Terry Karselis came
to the United States in 1953. He has lived in, or visited, all but 9 of
the 50 states, a fact which has led to him developing a deep love of
the history and wildlife of America.
bronzes can be found in private
collections all over the United States, including the collections of
Charlton Heston and Tom Selleck, Hollywood personalities.
embody wood, pewter and
bronze and range in size from miniature to life size. The Historical
& Western subject matter that
makes up the artsits portfolio ranges from mid 18th century longhunters
and native american woodlands indians to modern State Troopers and
Desert Storm Airborne troopers. The
artists' portfolio of Wildlife sculpture
covers the whole range of
American Wildlife from Rocky Mountain, Elk, Buffalo, Grizzly Bear and
Couger, to Ducks, Geese of the Eastern Wetlands. Recent Portrait
commissions include a series of twelve figurines for
the Army Historical Foundation depicting the history of the US Army
from 1805 to 1953, and a series of life sized busts, for the Marine
Corps University in Quantico, Virginia.
Terry resides in Chesterfield, Virginia with his wife Judy.