Capra award now in bronze
Thursday, February 21st, 2013
Issue 08, Volume 17.
Sculptor Leo Romero shows the new version of the Frank Capra Award, which was cast in bronze Feb. 16. The award is the top honor presented at the Fallbrook International Film Festival. Brandon Roy of the California Sculpture Academy
shows the newly cast bronze Frank Capra Award on Feb. 16. Roy cast the award in bronze; Leo Romero sculpted it. Molten bronze is poured into one of the casts of the Frank Capra Award on Feb. 16. The award is the top honor presented at the Fallbrook International Film Festival. On Feb. 16, the California Sculpture Academy also poured iron, shown above with the furnace used for the process.
Comment #1 | Thursday, Feb 21, 2013 at 4:06 pm
Photo is by Wayne Taylor
VILLAGE NEWS REPLIES - Wayne Taylor's photo credit is at the bottom right of each photo. They always say Village News on the bottom left side. Just FYI - D. Ramsey
Comment #2 | Thursday, Feb 21, 2013 at 4:32 pm
Go Go Leo!! Woo Hoo! And to Brandon Roy and Bud Coale's CA Sculpture Academy, WAY TO GO!!
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Comment #3 | Thursday, Feb 21, 2013 at 5:22 pm
I am so excited to see the Capra Award