The Stations of the Cross01 Nov 2018, Posted by Uncategorized in
The Stations of the Cross at the Cloisters on the Platte
In 2015, ten sculptors were honored to be commissioned by entrepreneur and philanthropist Joe Ricketts, to create the 14 Stations of the Cross for the Cloisters on the Platte. These bronze figures consist of some of the largest and most complex representations of the stations of the Cross in the world today. The final clay sculptures were digitally scanned and enlarged to monumental size and printed with a 3D printer. They were then sent to a foundry to be cast in bronze, chased and patinaed. This revolutionary digital process allows us to cast the Stations in multiple sizes.
“… a group of artists to accumulate a body of work that could, otherwise, take one or two artists a lifetime…Top notch sculptors, really at the top of their game, doing some of their best life’s work…”
-Kurt Halverson, Project Manager – The Cloisters on the Platte
Over fifty-five characters are included in this historical rendering of the Stations of the Cross. Each station is available for individual sale or as a set of Fourteen, at one-quarter life size, half life size, and larger than life size.
The public may walk through the Stations of the Cross Monday through Wednesday 9am-6pm and Thursday 9am-1pm.
For more information on the Cloisters on the Platte, please visit www.cloistersontheplatte.com
The Stations are Fanstastic, to say the least! How would it be possible to recieve a quote on the 14 stations?
George I fell in love with your sculptures after seeing and taking many pictures of hearts on a swing while at church in the eights .Now I am 56 and have a home of my own and want this stature or the one of the sailor withe the young lady curled up with him. It is a hard choice and I wish to aquire both
I am a bit concern about Trans portation and installation charges. Please tell me what they would be. I live in west Omaha.
Perry Lindsey and Kimberly