Harold and Margaret Moser 'THE SCULPTURE"
Commissioned by: The Century Walk Corporation, The City of Naperville and the Mayors Office (Mayor George Pradel)
Sculpture Description: Sculpted in chavant clay to be Bronzed
The Sculpture is a tribute to Harold and Margaret Moser, of Naperville Illinois. Moser Lumber was a successful lumber business in Naperville Illinois.
Harold Moser, helped create one out of every two homes built with in the town, and three golf courses.
This sculpture is a dedication to his driving spirit and a monument for all his accomplishments and generosity. The name Mr.Naperville was given to him by committee. His donation of land to the Catholic Church and his monetary donation's to the College and City were extrordinary.
Sculpture Dimensions: 7 feet Tall / Four Feet Wide / Four Feet Depth approximate Bronzed weight (800LBS.)
Dedication: The Century Walk Corporation, The Mayors Office and City Council, The River Walk Commission, The Naperville Carillon Comittee, The Naperville Municipal Band and 300 guest on May 3, 2009
Placement of Sculpture: 200 yards east of the Carillon on the River Walk (Directly Across from Naperville Central High School)
7 Feet Tall / 500 LBS of raw Chavant clay / 6 Months to sculpt
Clay Sculpture before going to Foundry / Fedde Bronze Works in Denver Colorado
Bronze Complete on Site at the Moser Tower / photo by Greg Bond
Moser Tower sculpture to the right (dedication day May 5,2009) photo by Greg Bond
Dedication Plaque photo by Greg Bond
Proof of Artist Scuplt / photo by Greg Bond