The works of renowned sculptor Sabin Howard are featured in exclusive private collections, and museums, around the world. Still, his current project is something different, something bigger, and he knows it. That’s why he spent 80 hours a week for several months working on the design for the World War 1 memorial that will be placed in Washington D.C.’s Pershing Park.
“I really immersed myself in this project like no other project I have done before because I see the gravitas of what I have to do,” Howard tells ConnectingVets.com. “This is not only to describe a war, but it’s also to honor all our servicemen.”
And to honor those who served, Howard had to make decisions on what focus he should take on a war that was so multi-faceted. Continue reading.