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Talented artist David Kracov

Metal sculptures by artist David Kracov

Metal sculptures by artist David Kracov

American sculptor, painter, animator and designer David Kracov is known worldwide for his work. His sculptures are in collections of many celebrities from Hollywood, he was invited to muse for the creation of exclusive sculptures. It all started long ago when he was 12 year-old teenager, he was recognized as one of the most talented young artists. David Kracov originally painted. Building his portfolio since the age of 12, when he was featured as one of the youngest artists ever to showcase in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, David developed his raw talent by pursuing and receiving a degree from the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design. He then began working with clay, has published several books, and in Russian as well. Here you can see a beautiful collection of sculptures of metal and polymer clay made by talented artist David Kracov.

Metal sculptures by artist David Kracov

Metal sculptures by artist David Kracov

Talented artist David Kracov is guided by the ever-changing muse of pop culture. Sculptor, painter, and animator, has created beautiful paper works based on movies – The Lion King and The Swan Princess, with full understanding how to capture the hearts of young and old alike.

Metal sculptures by artist David Kracov

Metal sculptures by artist David Kracov

David Kracov has been involved in art since the age of 12, when he was featured as one of the youngest artists ever to showcase in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. David developed his raw talent by pursuing and receiving a degree from the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design.

Metal sculptures by artist David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Beginning as a child artist, David’s youthful and untainted passion has remained his canvas throughout his lifetime of work. After creating the world-famous sculpture commissioned by the Holocaust Museum of St Petersburg, Florida which depicts the Tasmanian Devil tearing the roof off of a boxcar to release hundreds of hand-painted butterflies—which represent the souls of the 1 million children who lost their lives in the Holocaust—David’s artwork has been forever changed. David now adds one single butterfly to every piece that he creates, sometimes visible, sometimes hidden. This butterfly—this tribute to the delicacy and value of a child’s life—has become David’s signature trademark.

Metal sculptures by artist David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by artist David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by artist David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Metal sculptures by David Kracov

Beginning as a child artist, David’s youthful and untainted passion has remained his canvas throughout his lifetime of work. After creating the world-famous sculpture commissioned by the Holocaust Museum of St Petersburg, Florida which depicts the Tazmanian Devil tearing the roof off of a boxcar to release hundreds of hand-painted butterflies—which represent the souls of the 1 million children who lost their lives in the Holocaust—David’s artwork has been forever changed. David now adds one single butterfly to every piece that he creates, sometimes visible, sometimes hidden. This butterfly—this tribute to the delicacy and value of a child’s life—has become David’s signature trademark.

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