Bronze Pilot Dogs Public Sculpture

Pilot Dogs Finished Bronze

Bronze Sculpture for Non-Profit Dog Training Facility in Franklinton, Ohio

Andrew Lundberg, a renowned sculptor, has created a magnificent bronze sculpture for the longstanding non-profit dog training facility located in Franklinton, Ohio. With a history spanning over 70 years, the facility has served as a hub for dog enthusiasts and trainers, promoting responsible pet ownership and fostering positive relationships between dogs and their owners.

Andrew’s bronze sculpture, a testament to his exceptional skill and craftsmanship, captures the essence of the facility’s mission and the profound bond between humans and their canine companions. Sculpting a full-size piece in clay requires a meticulous eye for detail, precision, and a deep understanding of anatomy. It is a labor-intensive process that demands technical expertise and an artistic sensibility to bring the sculpture to life.

The decision to cast the sculpture in bronze ensures its longevity and endurance for generations to come. Bronze, a material known for its durability and resistance to the elements, symbolizes the everlasting nature of the dog training facility’s impact on the community.

Detail of Puppy bronze

One of three small puppies reaching toward the full grown German Shepard, representing the growth of the pilot program.

Detail of dog trainer

Showing the detail of a 50s dressed dog trainer, representing the long history of Pilot Dog program.

Detail of the process

Showing the original full size clay sculpt of the German Shepard, This dog was an exact replica of “Toby”, one of the first to enter the program in the 50s.