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 "Look deep into nature and you find the answers to everything"--- Albert Einstein 

What to know about the new George Washington statue at Crossing cemetery
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Sculptor Jennifer Frudakis-Petry crafted the statue of General Washington to be unveiled on May 20 at Washington Crossing National Cemetery.
The unveiling of the George Washington Memorial Statue will take place Saturday May 20, 2023 at 11:00am at the Washington Crossing National Cemetery. 

Despite the rain, Washington Crossing Cemetery welcomes its commander-in-chief

Peg Quann

Bucks County Courier Times
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Unveiled 6-foot bronze sculpture of the great woman athlete Fredia “the cheetah” Gibbs

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View completed work here

The Anthony Bourdain Bas-Relief was unveiled October 18, 2019, at the Culinary Institute of America it is a bronze bas-relief 14 inches x 18 inches.

Dr.Timothy Ryan with Anthony Bourdain long-time friends chef  Eric Ripert and chef José Andrés.

>>Jennifer on Delco Media read more >> 

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ABOUT
~Jennifer Frudakis-Petry~

My goal as an artist is to create quality sculpture with a meaningful purpose that can hopefully uplift and inspire the viewer…

Jennifer Frudakis-Petry has been an active participant in the world of sculpture since the 1970s. When she was 12 years old, after several years of instruction with her father, world-renowned sculptor, EvAngelos Frudakis, she started taking adult sculpture classes in her hometown of Ventnor N.J.

After graduating from art school in 1984, Jennifer has been sculpting professionally and teaching sculpture in local art centers.

She has been commissioned to create monuments in the Philadelphia and New Jersey area as well as smaller works for museums, hospitals, and private collections. 

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The United States Coast Guard visited the Emlen Tunnel monument in Radnor!
On October 15, 2021, the USCGC just named a brand new Fast Response Cutter after the NFL Hall of Fame great for his heroics during WW2.

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