Harry Weber’s sculptures embody action with a style developed from a lifetime of sketching.
Harry was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1942 and educated at Princeton University where he studied art history.
His captivating bronze sculptures are fluid and natural, never appearing static or posed. Weber’s works have been featured at the Museum of Fine Arts in Newport, Rhode Island and are in the permanent collections of the National Dog Museum and the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.
Weber has won major awards at national juried competitions and his bronze sculptures are in private collections both throughout the United States and internationally. A prolific artist, his body of work includes more than 100 large and 200 smaller pieces. In 2011 he was named National Sports Sculptor of the Year by the United States Sports Academy. To learn more about Harry Weber, visit harryweber.com