“I see fine art as a language. Art has the capability of communicating powerful truths that are uniquely human in a way that words cannot express. Art becomes relevant when we can relate to it on a human level. This is why I believe so many diverse people from all over the world respond to art. I strive to bring a life to my sculptures that tell a story; sometimes literal, sometimes metaphorical, but always human.”
“For me, I’m always fascinated by sculpture. People interact with it differently than 2D work. Sculpture breaks the plain of imagination and invades our reality and space. There is a weight about it that demands our attention. Sculpture carries the romance of the human spirit through earth, fire, and metal. There is a permanence about it that echoes the voices of an ocean of souls through the generations of time. If you listen closely, you can still hear them.”
Anthony Alemany is a figurative sculptor in South Berwick, Maine. He was born in Chattanooga, TN and grew up in Ringgold, GA. Anthony graduated with a BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design and traveled to Italy to study at the Florence Academy of Art for a foundation in traditional sculpture. After moving to Maine, he worked for 8 years in business management and discovered his passion for sculpture was inescapable. Anthony now works as a full-time sculptor. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries in national and international competitions.