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Created by Toby Mendez , "A Tribute to the Oyster Tonger" was Charles' first fountainworks design with another artist..
Working at the foundry and job site Charles installed a pumping system that created the effect that Toby was seeking ... bringing his sculpture of the tonger, an oyster fisherman, to life.
The inset image below shows Charles
father install in the fountainworks as a crane suspends the sculpture.
Designed by Toby Mendez
, the fountain features a life-size bronze figure with his
tools of the trade and a Labrador Retriever.
Totally Siked â€“ Affleckâ€™s, â€œArgoâ€�, Ar-Go See This Movie! | Hunky Spunky Productions
Short on ideas, CIA agent Toby Mendez (Ben Affleck) devises a plan to escort the trapped Americans out of Iran under the guise of a Canadian film crew searching for shooting locations for an upcoming sci-fi thriller.
Laid in is a newspaper clipping ...
Laid in is a newspaper clipping from Press Box regarding the unveiling of Toby Mendez's statues at Camden Yards (Baltimore Orioles).
Toby is Mendez's son. [i-vi] vii [viii] ix-xi [xii] xiii-xvi, 351  pp ;
Mendez was a technical operations officer in the CIA, a position similar to the one held by "Q", the fictional character in the James Bond series by Ian Fleming.
Mendez, retired from the CIA, is now a successful artist.
Washington County Arts Council - Exhibits :: April 2011 - Tryptich: The Mendez Artists
Featuring new works by Tony Mendez (painting), Jonna Mendez (photography), and Toby Mendez (Sculptor)
was chosen several times to be in the top 100 for the prestigious National Arts for the Parks competition.
Most recently, he
was selected by the new Cumberland Valley Medical Complex in Cumberland, Maryland and the new Meritus Medical Center
in Hagerstown, Maryland, to feature his
paintings of Washington County, Maryland.
They have held these shows for twenty-five years, along with their son Toby Mendez, a well-known sculptor.
has been creating sculpture for three decades.
Known on a national level for his
monumental and public work.
has focused on the figure, always exploring new ideas through his
gallery work and incorporating these approaches in his
works with a variety of traditional materials, working first in clay and then casting in terra cotta, bronze and cast stone.
will be showing some maquettes of some recent public works along with some of his
newest gallery works.
or for Toby Mendez ...
or for Toby Mendez email@example.com
Tony and Jonna 301 834-9771
Toby 301 834-6239
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