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MGA Sculpture Studio, LLC
Owner: Mark Aeling
Certifications: MFA in Sculpture
Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Areas of expertise:
Castable mediums, Metal Fabrication.
STONE SCULPTURE TRIENNALE 2012
Mark Aeling was the only American selected as a finalist to show in the International Stone Sculpture Triennale in Takamatsu, Japan
MGA Sculpture Studio is owned and operated by internationally known sculptor, Mark Aeling. Mark received his M.F.A. in sculpture from Washington University in St. Louis, MO in 1993. He remained in St. Louis working as a professional sculptor for 18 years. In 2005 Mark relocated MGA to St. Petersburg, FL. MGA now has over 4,000 square feet and 25 foot ceilings at it's disposal. We can handle projects of any scale.
515 22nd Street South, Unit E
St. Petersburg, Florida 33712
Sculpture by Mark Aeling, Master sculptor
'What Dreams May Come'
Mark Aeling was hired by Interscope Communications to make several sculptures for the United Artist film 'What Dreams May Come'. This film was critically acclaimed and won an Oscar in 1999 for 'Best Visual Effects' and was nominated for an Oscar for 'Set Decoration'. It also received an Art Directors Guild Award for 'Production Design' as well as several other international awards
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