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Larry Holmes “The Easton Assassin” Statue Unveiled

EASTON, P.A. (DECEMBER 16, 2015)—Standing on a granite base with his powerful signature left jab poised, the “Easton Assassin” is now in Downtown Easton’s Scott Park, according to Toms River-based Hanlon Sculpture Studio who designed and constructed the nine-foot bronze likeness of boxing legend and Easton native, Larry Holmes. “Holmes was a force to be reckoned with,” said Artist Brian Hanlon who […]

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Plaza 44 Honors Syracuse University’s Football Legends

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NOVEMBER 19, 2015)—New Jersey’s own master sculptor Brian Hanlon unveiled his bronze statues of Syracuse University greats Jim Brown, Ernie Davis, Floyd Little and Coach Ben Schwartzwalder at the University’s Plaza 44 on November 14. “This is a dream realized, and to be in the company of the real Jim Brown is awesome,” said Hanlon, a zealous sports fan who […]

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Inaugural Dean Smith Award Presented to Georgetown Hall of Fame Coach John Thompson, Jr.

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (NOVEMBER 13, 2015)—The legacy of the formidable and venerable University of North Carolina (UNC) Coach Dean Smith is intact, and on November 10 that became even more evident when the first-ever Dean Smith Award, created by Hanlon Sculpture Studio, was presented to former Georgetown University Hall of Fame Coach John Thompson Jr. The event was sponsored by the […]

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Decorated Fallen Veteran Honored on Staten Island

STATEN ISLAND, NY (NOVEMBER 5, 2015)—In his 24 short years of life, Army Staff Sergeant Michael Ollis managed to accomplish more than many people do in a lifetime by garnering a Bronze Star, a Purple Heart, a Silver Star, the Audie Murphy Medallion and the Polish Armed Forces Gold Medal for his many heroic efforts, the last of which sadly cost […]

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Pat Bowlen Inducted into the Denver Broncos Ring of Fame

DENVER, CO (NOVEMBER 3, 2015)—Hanlon Sculpture Studio returned to the Mile High City on Friday, October 30, to unveil its 28th Ring of Fame pillar ahead of the induction of Owner Pat Bowlen into the Denver Broncos Ring of Fame on Sunday. Like the others honoring Broncos greats, the eight-foot Corten steel pillar is embellished with a bronze plaque, two logos and […]

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Bronze Sculpture St. Ignatius Now Graces Le Moyne College

SYRACUSE, NY (OCTOBER 30, 2015)—An eight-foot bronze statue of Jesuit founder and its first Superior General Saint Ignatius of Loyola was dedicated on October 22, just a day before his 524th birthday at the small private institution in Syracuse, Le Moyne College, Toms River-based Hanlon Sculpture Studio announced. Depicted as if he is emerging from the cave after writing the Spiritual Exercises, […]

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Red Hawk Statue Lands at Montclair State University

MONTCLAIR, NJ (OCTOBER 7, 2015)—A 12-foot tall red hawk sculpture cast in bronze will now greet students at Montclair State University by the main entrance to campus, near College Hall and Panzer Athletic Center. Master sculptor and New Jersey native Brian Hanlon unveiled his depiction of the mascot on October 2. Representing courage and determination, the new campus greeter known as […]

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Fallen Heroes Honored with New Jersey Gold Star Family Monument

HOLMDEL, NJ (OCTOBER 6, 2015)—The four-day New Jersey Run for the Fallen, whose mission is to run one mile for every New Jersey service member killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom and New Dawn, culminated outside the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial at the PNC Arts Center on Sunday, September 27, with the dedication of a brand new monument by […]

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Naismith Coaches Circle Monument Unveiled at the Basketball Hall of Fame

TOMS RIVER, NJ (September 29, 2015)—Master sculptor Brian Hanlon once again brought to life a plaza with the unveiling of his latest bronze masterpiece on Friday, September 11th, at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, MA where more than 50 Hall of Famer’s attended the annual enshrinement ceremony. An eight-foot sculpture of the founder of basketball, Dr. James Naismith, sitting on […]

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Statue of Legendary Track Coach Unveiled in Nashville

TOMS RIVER, NJ (September 29, 2015)—Legendary track coach Ed Temple was honored on August 28th in Nashville, Tenn., where master sculptor Brian Hanlon unveiled his latest bronze masterpiece that shows Temple kneeling on one knee with a stopwatch in one hand and a book in the other. The eight-foot statue, which stands on a nearly four-foot-high granite base, is located in the plaza […]

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