Polich Tallix Is Moving

After 21 years in our current facility, we are moving 4 miles to 39 Edmunds Lane in Walden, N.Y. The move is already under way and will be completed in September giving us 70,000 square feet of production space on 32 acres of land…plenty of room for expansion and a sculpture garden. Thank you for […]

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Oscar Returns to Bronze at Polich Tallix

The original Oscar statuette was sculpted in 1928 by Los Angeles artist George Stanley. The first statuettes were cast in bronze by Guido Nelli at the California Bronze Foundry. For the past 33 years the statuettes have been manufactured at a Chicago trophy company where they were cast in britannia metal and gold plated. The statuette’s base […]

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‘Heat of Fusion,’ a film by Stephen Spaccarelli

In cooperation and coinciding with the exhibition Dick Polich: Transforming Metal into Art at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art , Stephen Spaccarelli, a talented visual artist, native of the Hudson Valley, and close friend of the foundry and to Dick Polich, has spent the past two years filming and editing footage for ‘Heat of Fusion, […]

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Emil Alzamora’s Cast Bronze Sculpture ‘Tides’ Installed at Peekskill Landing Park on the Hudson

Peekskill Landing Park on the Hudson River, a three phase, multi-million dollar revitalization project 16 years in the making, opened to the public last month. Though the park is still under construction with plans to add a boardwalk, gazebos, and trails, it is now home to artist Emil Alzamora’s most recent bronze sculpture, Tides. Emil has […]


The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art’s Exhibition to Honor Dick Polich

UPDATE: On October 4th, 2014 NPR ran a brief story on Dick Polich, Tom Otterness, and the Dorsky exhibition. For the story and audio clip, click here. For Immediate Release!  The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art‘s curator Daniel Belasco has spent the last year and a half researching, interviewing, traveling, and becoming immersed in the […]


Mia Pearlman’s ‘Uplift’ Lands in Boston’s Back Bay

Mia Pearlman is a young, intelligent, and inspiring artist from Brooklyn New York who has spent the better part of this past year at the foundry, rolling up her sleeves along side Polich Tallix Lead Fabricator Mike List during the construction and assembly of ‘Uplift,’ a large scale indoor/outdoor installation for Liberty Mutual’s new headquarters […]

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Zhang Xiaogang’s Bronze Sculptures at Pace Gallery

A dominant member of the Chinese avant-garde movement, top selling contemporary artist Zhang Xiaogang presented a new body of work at Pace Gallery in New York. Primarily celebrated for his surrealist portrait paintings, Xiaogang unveiled his first complete body of sculptural work in the medium of bronze. Born in Kunming, China in 1958, Xiaogang’s life and work is […]

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We’re Going Paperless!

Last week marked an almost epic moment in office history when the very last filing cabinet was emptied and every client with a last name starting with the letter Z became a digitized sales file. This 8 month long daunting task involved scanning every last piece of paper from quote to note, that has hit […]

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Tom Friedman’s ‘Circle Dance’ at Brown University

Tom Freidman’s highly polished stainless steel sculpture Circle Dance, a gift from an anonymous donor, was installed at Brown University last week. Inspired by Henri Matisse’s painting La Danse, the sculpture consists of eleven life sized figures originally hand molded out of turkey roasting pans arranged in a circle and holding hands. Above is an […]

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‘Huma Bhabha: Unnatural Histories’ at MoMA PS1

Pakistani born, Poughkeepsie based figurative artist Huma Bhabha opened her first solo museum show at MoMa PS1 on November 17th. After receiving her Bachelors from Rhode Island School of Design, Huma went on to receive her Master’s from Columbia University in 1989 and has been exhibiting ever since through Salon 94, The Saatchi Gallery, and Stephen Friedman […]

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‘Brooklyn Bucolic’ Rocks the Avenue H Station House

The homes within a few blocks of Brooklyn’s Avenue H Station House probably aren’t quite what you would imagine. Most people think Brooklyn architecture as a towering walk-up, a classic brownstone, or railroad style apartment buildings. But just around the corner from the subway platform that has stood since 1905, century old Queen Annes and Victorian homes […]

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Greetings from Oslo!

We received an email from one of our clients with  spectacular images from the gallery space inside the new building at Astrup Fearnley Museum in Oslo, Norway. To Be With Art Is All We Ask showcases some of the world’s premiere contemporary working artists, highlighting exceptional pieces from their permanent collection. Jeff Koons, Richard Prince, Charlie Ray, […]

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Dick Polich, Founder & Managing Director Turns Eighty Today!

For over 40 years, Dick Polich has worked to bring sculpture to life through the art of metal casting and fabrication. As the founder and president of Polich Tallix, he has been the leader in creating many of the world’s most recognizable monuments and sculptures. Dick Polich graduated from Yale in 1954 with an engineering […]

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Polich Tallix Restores Clement Meadmore’s ‘Upstart II’

Clement Meadmore is often regarded as Australia’s most significant public sculptor. His behemoth aluminum, bronze and steel twisting forms can be seen hulking over passerbys in Tokyo, Melbourne, New York and many other major cities all over the world. Upstart II, a painted aluminum piece originally fabricated by Lippincott in 1968 recently arrived at Polich […]


The New Colossus Arrives at the Lever House in NYC

“Art History With Labor” a new exhibition by the Bruce High Quality Foundation,  opened last Thursday at the outdoor lobby of the Lever House on Park Avenue. The Lever House has formerly exhibited works by Jeff Koons, Tom Sachs and Damien Hirst. The center of the exhibit features a 12′ tall Bronze Union Scab Rat […]


Roberto Clemente Memorial Unveiled

A memorial  to legendary baseball player Roberto Clemente was unveiled in Newark, New Jersey  to thousands of  fans last weekend. The statue of the athlete was sculpted by artist Susan Wagnor, enlarged and cast in bronze here at PT. Click here to read the article and see a slideshow of all the festivites surrounding the […]


Thomas Jefferson Statue Unveiled

Early this week a statue of Thomas Jefferson, designed by sculptors at Studio EIS and cast here at Polich Tallix, was unveiled at the capitol building in Richmond Virginia.  Jefferson, also known as “The Architect of Liberty”, designed the capitol building in Richmond nearly 230 years ago. Here’s a short clip of the unveiling this […]

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Martin Puryear Presented with the National Medal of Arts

We are so pleased to congratulate our friend and client, Martin Puryear, for the high honor he received last month from President Obama. Puryear was a recipient of the 2011 National Medal of Arts for his contributions as a contemporary American sculptor. His steadfast commitment to traditional craftsmanship and building methods is admirable. Congratulations Martin, […]

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Do Ho Suh’s Karma Installed at NOMA

Do Ho Suh’s “Karma”, A twenty three foot tall monumental Stainless Steel Sculpture, recently made the 1,300 mile trip from Polich Tallix to the New Orleans Museum of Art.  The towering sculpture is now a permanent resident in the Sydney and Walda Bestoff Sculpture Garden. Karma consists of 98 cast and metal sintered figures, each […]


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