Sculptor

Roman Gal

Below are some of his most memorable and high profile creations:
Monument of Heroes of WWII of the 40th Anniversary (12'x30')-1985
Bust Statue of National Hero of Armenian Njdeh (10' in height)-1990
Family Crest of Hockey Player Wayne Gretsky-1993
Limestone Fountain of Lady for the American Show House in Japan (6' in height)-1996
Family Crest for Michael Jackson -1997
Re-created Fish for Fountain of Burbank City Hall -1999
Designed and Created Annual Armenian Dance Festival Award- "Dancing Lady"- Since 2000
Western Diocese Church- Wooden and Bronze Body Relief Sculpture (8’ in height) – 2004
Italian White Carrara Marble Sculpture-Armenian Composer Komitas- Houston, Texas- 2006
Italian White Carrara Marble Sculpture “Xachkar” - Hollywood, California -St. Garabed Church (11’ in height) -2008
Bonhams and Butterfields Art Project Los Angeles- Aluminum Cast/Aluminum Background “Black Beauty” Sculpture-2010 Value: $25,000
Toto (Wizard of Oz) Memorial Statue- Hollywood, California- June 18, 2011
Bonhams and Butterfields Art Project Los Angeles- Aluminum Cast/Aluminum Background “Time is Money” Sculpture -2011 Value: $40,000
Roman was born in 1959 in Yerevan, Armenia.  His artistic talent was apparent from a young age and after high school, he graduated from the Technical Institute of Art in Yerevan in 1980. During 1980-1985 he attended and graduated from the University of Art in Moscow, Russia. Following his passion, Roman moved to the United States in 1990 where greater opportunities awaited him. Today, he is the proud owner and proprietor of the Roman Gal sculpting studio in Los Angeles, California and Las Vegas, Nevada, where he has created some of the most memorable sculptures on display in southern California.  Roman has exhibited his creations at such events as the LA Mart show, New York Art Expo, Beverly Hills Art Show, Bonhams and Butterfields Art Project Los Angeles and Art*M*Art International Art Music Cuisine in Downtown.                         

Biography

Roman Gal