For over 25 years, Stephen Layne has created exceptional bronze and wood sculpture works. He has twice been awarded gold medals for his work from the National Sculpture Society.
Layne is a 1994 graduate of PAFA and is an appointed professor at Moore College of Art and Design.
The city of Philadelphia commissioned Layne as the sculptor of a Joe Frazier memorial statue. The 11-foot bronze was installed in 2015 at the Xfinity Live! Center in South Philadelphia.
Layne is featured in Sculpture Review magazine, HBO, Comcast Sportsnet, NPR, The Associated Press, to name a few, and has received numerous top awards through the prestigious National Sculpture Society and Allied Artists Of America.
A professional member of the National Sculpture Society, NY and the National Sculptor’s Guild, CO, Layne has guest lectured on his work and career at PAFA and the National Sculptors Convention, Washington D.C. His longstanding gallery career includes group and solo exhibitions in Philadelphia, New York, Washington, and Brookgreen Gardens, S.C..