Take a look at this hand sculpture. This is a two-hand sculpture where one person’s hand is pulling the other person’s hand. It’s like pulling someone up at a critical moment. This sculpture looks very vivid, it looks like very vicissitudes of hands. This is the work of Gary Lee sculpture bronze, a very famous sculptor.
Price went to elementary and high school in Montpelier, Idaho. After graduating from Montpelier High School, he went on to attend Rickles College in Rexburg, Idaho. After that, he worked for two years at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in southern Germany. After completing her mission, Price spent six months studying in Jerusalem through Brigham Young University’s study abroad program. He then studied at the Utah Institute of Technology in Orem, Utah, where he met sculptor Stan Johnson and studied. In 2005, he was commissioned to build a 300-foot tall statue of responsibility on the West Coast of the United States. He created many excellent sculptures. Just like our Gary Lee sculpture bronze. If you are interested in it, welcome to contact us.