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Hope Bold

“Hope Bold” is a limited edition bronze flag wall sculpture by local Utah artist R. Garth.

“This work represents the bold hope that exists within oppressed people of the world in their alliances with the United States. While sculpting this work, the Kurdish people and their fighting force, the Peshmerga (nemesis to ISIS) came to mind as an example of the most bold of this hope.”    ~ R. Garth July 2015

$15,000.00

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“Hope Bold” was released Independence Day 2015 in an edition of fifty, one to represent each of the United States. She weighs eighty one pounds and takes eight weeks to cast, polish and hand patina in Lehi, Utah. The artist R. Garth is a Utah native and was the founder and CEO of a very successful visual branding and design company. His client list included Disney, Ritz-Carolton, Four Seasons, Nintendo, Marriott, Starwood, Nokia, Motorola and PF Changs. The financial rewards were fantastic but with that success came pressures and disappointments that led him to leave that world behind and focus on the things in life that matter. “Hope Bold” is just one of R. Garth’s amazing flags. He has also created a life-size limited edition American and Texas Flag. Feel free to call the gallery if you have any questions or if you’d like to add “Hope Bold” to your collection.

“This work represents the bold hope that exists within oppressed people of the world in their alliances with the United States. While sculpting this work, the Kurdish people and their fighting force, the Peshmerga (nemesis to ISIS) came to mind as an example of the most bold of this hope.”    ~ R. Garth July 2015

Additional Information

Weight 80 lbs
Shipping Size 30 x 6 x 36 in
Edition Size

50

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R. Garth

The artwork of sculptor R. Garth is strong, full of attitude, immensely time consuming and incredible detailed. R. Garth works in bronze casting and creates motorcycle-inspired pieces of art - many of which are purchased by people who enjoy the real life stories which inspired the work. Most of the people who have purcahsed R. Garth's bronze scultures are monied, successful, educated and living sheltered lives. Some are renown individuals – like Bob Parson, founder of GoDaddy. Some are old money, like Mr. Pew of the Philadelphia Pew Charitable Trust family and the CEO at SpectiCast Entertainment, a Dartmouth man. For R. Garth, creating these bronze sculptures is about reflection on past friends and the adventures and experiences they shared - as each R. Garth piece is a collection of real-world experiences, attitude and meaning.