Let My Hands Express Your Vision!

Have you ever wished to realize your very own project in three dimensions? Be it a portrait of your loved one, a personalized gift or a unique artwork for your home or garden, a custom sculpture is a great way to express your vision.


 I am always glad to accept private commissions and give tangible form to my client’s ideas. Creating a custom piece is an inspiring collaborative process where anyone is given a chance to unleash one’s creativity through artist’s skills and sensitivity.


The works I can create for you include but are not limited to:

Portraits & Figures

Portraits and figures of your loved ones, friends, colleagues, favorite characters or people you admire. 


-        Unique personalized sculptures to make unforgettable gifts for your friends and family. 

Corporate Artworks

Exclusive sculptures that reflect the spirit of your company and inspire innovation.


Awards & Trophies

Custom awards and trophies designed to meet your specific requirements and reinforce your organization's brand.   

Public Art

Indoor and outdoor sculptures to beautify and invigorate public spaces, honor significant events and personalities. 

Home & Garden 

Original sculptures designed to reflect your aesthetic vision and bring a touch of uniqueness to your home and garden. 

My practice consists of modelling original sculptures in clay followed by the processes of mold making and casting in more durable materials, i.e., resin or bronze. Depending on the design and composition of a given piece, it is either left freestanding or mounted on a wooden, marble or granite base. The preferred material, size and complexity of a commissioned work will determine its price and execution time. Thanks to the availability of a mold, a sculpture can then be reproduced in several copies within a limited edition. It gives you an option of ordering multiple copies of the commissioned piece (e.g., if you’d like to keep one copy of your child’s portrait to yourself and give another one as a gift to grandparents). Alternatively, if you’d like your sculpture to be a unique piece, you can request the destruction of the mold after casting is completed. 



The process of commissioning a sculpture is as follows: