Robert E. Bricker

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Robert E. Bricker is a sculptor and member of McGuffey Art Center residing in Charlottesville.[1]

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Bricker received his BFA in sculpture from the Philadelphia College of Art in 1982. In 1983, he established the Bronze Craft Foundry for Sculpture in Waynesboro, Virginia [2] with offices in Charlottesville. Bricker's most recent exhibition of work occurred in September 2011 at Chroma Projects[3] on the Downtown Mall.

Selected Portrait Commissions

  • 2007 Life -size portrait of the Honorable Nina Peace, Central Plaza, Ashland, Va.
  • 2007 Life-size portrait of Jay Pace, Central Plaza, Ashland, Va.
  • 2007 Life-size portrait of Lucy B. Robertson, Public Plaza, Orange, Va.
  • 2004 Over life-size, full-figure portrait of athlete John Wareing, located at 17th & Boardwalk, Virginia Beach, Va.
  • 2003 Life-size portrait, De. John Moreland, President of Rankolph Macon College, Randolph Macon Campus, Ashland, Va.
  • 1999 Masonic Temple Bas Relief, Downtown Mall, Charlottesville, Va.
  • 1990 Hurricane Camille Memorial Bas Reliefs, Nelson County, Va.
  • 1993 Twice life-size portrait bust of Robert Pamplin for museum in Petersburg, Va.
  • 1983 (to present) Various Portrait busts. Details upon request.

Selected Bronze Casting Commissions for Customer Sculptors of Bronze Craft Foundry

  • 2005 8 times life-size Colossus of Neptune, 31st & Boardwalk, Virginia Beach, Va. Sculptor Paul DiPasquale
  • 2000 1.6 times life-size Fallen Firemen Memorial, Roanoke, Va. Sculptor Betty Branch.
  • 1998 (to present) Five editions of bronze sculptures by Cy Twombly.
  • 1996 1.6 times life-size Arthur Ashe Monument, Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. Sculptor Paul DiPasquale.
  • 1990 (to present) Annual Collier-Brewer Award, National Aeronautics Association (NAA). Twenty Trophies per year.
  • 1985 (to present) 7 life-size and various other sculptures. Sculptor Beatrix Ost.
  • 1984 O. Henry Monument, Greensboro, North Carolina. Sculptor Maria Kirby-Smith.
  • 1984 (to present) Various Sculptures, including over-life full figure Abraham Lincoln monument for Lincoln Memorial University. Sculptor Jack Witt.

Selections of his works can be seen at Gallery 50 in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. [4]


  1. Web. Member Artist List, McGuffey Art Center, retrieved 18 April 2012.
  2. Web. Company Profile, Manta, retrieved 27 April 2012.
  3. Web. 2011 Exhibitions, chroma, retrieved 29 April 2012.
  4. Web. Artists, Gallery 50, retrieved 27 April 2012.

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