“Think about it!” — Sumner Winebaum

Check out this short video on Sumner Winebaum, produced and exhibited as part of Seacoast Sculpture – Material to Masterwork.

A seacoast native, Sumner Winebaum enjoyed a successful career in the “Mad Men” era of a legendary New York City advertising firm. Even when working in Europe, he made time to work on his sculpture. Since 1994 Winebaum has dedicated himself fulltime to his metal sculpture, creating clay forms in his York, Maine studio, that are then cast in bronze. His sculptures of the human form are influenced by the iconic work of Auguste Rodin.

“Whether you are an entrepreneur, an artist or professional, people want to know who you are, not just what you do. So, I try to reveal something authentic about a person’s character or personality that let’s us make an intuitive or emotional connection rather than an intellectual one.” – Steve Sanger

As a broadcast journalist, commercial director and brander, Steve Sanger has always searched for the best in people. He tells stories about everyday, extraordinary people whose talents, determination and creativity make this world a better place.

Visit the Exhibition: Seacoast Sculpture from Material to Masterwork

Friday, July 7 – Sunday, October 1, 2017

Featuring the work of Sumner Winebaum, Jane Kaufmann and Michael Stasiuk
With Sublime Mud! New Hampshire Potters Guild Biennial Show