Masters Custom Studio
We create and produce custom sculpture to the design and budget criteria
of our clients. Whether it is a spiritual theme or a secular concept, we
are committed to creating unique sculpture that will communicate the
purpose and image of your company or organization.
We have the ability to produce in most any medium and in quantities from
one to thousands.
"Throughout history, quality theme sculpture has been highly treasured,
displayed prominently, and has proven to be a powerful communicator
continually delivering its message." Ron Nees, Director of Development
design ideas will be created to your criteria, or working together we
will help you develop original design
concepts. Our unique three-step design process ensures that most
home/office-sized sculptures can be completed within 60 - 90 days. The
completion time of life-sized sculptures are determined individually.
While custom sculpture is commissioned for a wide variety of purposes, we
have found that, for the most part, our commissioned sculptures are used
as a special presentation to honor achievement, support, dedication and
commitment to an important cause or event. Custom theme sculptures
communicate the specific message of the client and serve as a constant
reminder to the recipient of their importance to the cause, whether it be
a Christian or secular organization.
Masters Custom Studio will produce in most materials, at any scale and in
High Grade Casting Stone
Scale: Miniature to bigger than life.
Quantity: One-of-a-kind to thousands.
Masters Custom Studio will assist and/or develop the design and production
of marketing materials and programs.
Over the past few years, art director
Scott Stearman has created over 35 commissioned sculptures. The following
is a partial listing of our valued clients.
Good Samaritan Hospital
Mercy Health Center
National Anti-Poaching Foundation
Vietnam Veterans Group
Liberty High School
10th Mountain Division
Family Portraits - several
U.S. National Judo Foundation
Student Leadership Institute
Focus on the Family
Knox Area Rescue Missions
Nazarene Colleges and Universities
United Methodist Church Publishing
African Methodist Zion Church
NYI Youth Ministries
Foundation Church Growth Division
Howard Payne University
Let us know how we can work closely with
you to develop an overall business plan consistent with your criteria and
financial guidelines. Contact us by phone at 1-800-433-5858 or by email at
Special Commissioned Sculptures
The Calling (The Church of the
Nazarene) and Feed My Sheep (Salvation Army) were created to
represent the high calling to Christian service and is presented and made
available to those entering and serving in ministry.
The Ski Trooper was created to honor those who served in the 10th
Mountain Division in World War II. Initially a home/office-sized sculpture
was created and sold to fund the larger-than-life bronze sculpture placed
at the ski museum in Vail, Colorado.
The Timothy Award was created to honor those involved in
Christian youth ministry and is presented annually throughout the country
to recognize the achievement of youth pastors.
The James Varick sculpture (African Methodist Zion Church) was a
bust created to honor their founder and made available to their members
during their bi-centennial celebration. Special bronze versions of the
home-sized sculpture were created for special presentations.
The Junior Achievement award sculptures are presented by
individual chapters to honor their key financial, staff, and volunteer
Celestial Seasonings sculpture depicts their corporate logo and
was presented to key corporate executives honoring their achievements.
Tears From a Grateful Heart was commissioned as a life-sized
bronze sculpture by a University to honor "all those who have sacrificed
for our freedom". The home/office-sized version has been marketed
internationally for several years through The Christian Home Gallery dealers and military facilities.
The Coca-Cola Company commissioned "The Homecoming" as a limited
edition sculpture in tribute to America's Armed Forces.
Do As I Have Done commissioned for the campus at Howard Payne
University in Texas.
The Salvation Army has commissioned several sculptures including
William Booth, Evangeline Booth, Feed My Sheep, Someone Cares, and the
Loaves and Fishes both desk size and a life-size bronze for the
Knox Area Rescue Mission.
is not simply the ability to manipulate tools effectively, it is more the
ability to observe and see the world around you, interpreting the shapes,
hue and shades of what you have seen and translating those impressions and
ideas into sculptural forms. Scott Stearman