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Norman Gitzen was kind enough to tell us that the village of Wellington demanded that his sculpture not be indecent by its definition---which, it turns out, arbitrarily demanded no nipples.In Wellington, Florida, a few people have complained about a new statue called The Siren, by sculptor Norman J. Gitzen of Lake Worth.Equally troubling is that Gitzen stated, "I purposely didn't put nipples on her because of the decency clause."What decency clause?
Norman Gitzen - Holiday Road Sculptor of The Siren.A controversial sculpture of a large breasted, large nippled mermaid.Norman worked on the sculpture doe seven years in his speare time between working on paid commissioned work.
Norman Gitzen was kind enough to tell us that the village of Wellington demanded that his sculpture not be indecent by its definition---which, it turns out, arbitrarily demanded no nipples.
In Wellington, Florida, a few people have complained about a new statue called The Siren, by sculptor Norman J. Gitzen of Lake Worth. Equally troubling is that Gitzen stated, "I purposely didn't put nipples on her because of the decency clause. What decency clause?
Architectural Sculptures | Portfolio Categories | Norman Gitzen Gallery
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Norman Gitzen's love of art and nature was evident at an early age growing up in Central New York where he roamed the woods, built forts, collected stones and modeled with clay.
These experiences of his childhood foreshadowed his life today as an artist specializing in architectural sculptures in many artistic mediums, including bronze. An accomplished artisan since the 1980s, Norman's distinctive style of decorative metal, stone and wood sculpture can be found in private collections and public displays throughout the Palm Beaches. His work can be seen at the Serendipity Gallery on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach. Norman's first medium, however, was not stone or metal, but wood. Ever working with his hands to create objects of beauty, Norm started as a carpenter and early examples of his work can be found in many homes in the Palm Beach area where he designed custom bars, entertainment centers and cabinetry. Most notably, he designed and built the Library for the Polo Museum in Wellington. Norm participated in the 2006 Biennale, a juried international art competition and exhibit, sponsored by the Cultural Trust of the Palm Beaches. His sculptures were featured in this multidisciplinary international art fair with artists from Europe and South America as well as the United States. Norm has won numerous awards for his art, most recently he won first place for sculpture at the 2007 Wellington Art Festival. A Member of Wellington Art Society, his "Casa Capricorn" is a favorite stop in their Annual Art Walk. Norm is active in community affairs and participated in the "Wild Things" project for the Boys and Girls Club. His "Dolphin" and "Horse" displayed throughout West Palm Beach brought in the top dollar two years in a row at the auction. When not working on his sculptures in his studio he may be found planting trees in the Everglades. For his work in helping to preserve the Everglades he was awarded Volunteer of the Year by the Arthur Marshall Foundation. As always nature is his muse and art his passion.