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Frequently Asked Questions

What types of bronze sculptures do you make?

We make life size memorial sculptures (cast bronze metal sculpture), outdoor memorial sites, memorial gardens, memorial parks, memorial galleries (art displays), commemorative sites, cremation urns (receptacles for ashes), award trophy statues, and recognition figures (statuettes and figurines).


Who are the commemorative bronze sculptures for?

The sculptures produced are for recognition of both fallen and living police officers, law enforcement officers, military (Army, Air Force, Navy), fire fighters, forest service (“hot shots”) or wildland firefighters, aircraft rescue and firefighting, government or military fire fighters, and emergency medical personnel (paramedic, EMT, and rescue).

Who is Paul Olesniewicz?

Our lead bronze sculptor artist, Paul Olesniewicz, was born in 1947 and is a professional bronze sculptor artist, retired firefighter (serving the City of Tucson Fire Department for 27 years), and army veteran. He is from New Jersey originally, was raised in Flagstaff (where he studied fine arts at NAU), and today lives in Tucson, Arizona with his wife. Learn more about him here >


Will you ship to us? Where are you located?

We design and cast our sculptures in Southern Arizona (Tucson) and create our sculptures at Metalphysic Sculpture Studio. We’ve shipped over 40 bronze statues to memorial sites across the U.S. and Canada and many smaller sculptures (and cremation urns) as well.