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Volume 24, Number 6 — June 2017

Rare Opportunity to View Sculptor's Work

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A detail of "Ex Nihilo" (Out of Nothing). The original 21-by-15-foot bas-relief stone carving is above the entrance of the west facade of the National Cathedral in Washington, DC.
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Photography by Jeffrey Stoner Fine Art Photography

By Angela Wampler, Writer | December 28, 2008

The general public will have a rare opportunity to see sculptures by Frederick Hart when Bristol Regional Medical Center (BRMC) officially unveils its remodeled conference center in mid-January to celebrate the hospital's 15th anniversary in its current state-of-the-art facility.

This unprecedented showing of Frederick Hart's work will feature limited editions of the artist's cast marble and bronze sculptures.

Find out more about photographer Jeffrey Stoner by clicking HERE.




A limited edition of "Ex Nihilo" by Frederick Hart is encased behind glass in the Bristol Regional Medical Center's conference center.


Details from a bronze "Fragment" and the cast marble frieze reveal subtle differences between the final metal casting and the "working model" plaster.


Two sculptures grace the entrance to the Monarch Auditorium in the hospital's conference center.


Limited edition bronze "Fragments" from Hart's "Ex Nihilo" frieze, above and below, are on individual pedestals in the hospital's conference center.