Sculptures by Dina Angel-Wing seen at Fillmore Heritage Jazz Center, San Francisco - Leroy King long time Commissioner of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency

Leroy King long time Commissioner of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency

Based on her interpretation of Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Dina Angel-Wing was asked to capture a likeness of Leroy King, long time Commissioner of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and civil rights advocate. She interviewed him several times to get to know him and to sketch his portrait from many different angles. The final bronze was unveiled at a ceremony to honor the 87 year old leader at the Fillmore Heritage Jazz Center where he had been instrumental in getting built.

Meet the Creator

""Dina Angel-Wing has focused on creating three-dimensional art that appeals to different senses. Her sculpture aims at a visual experience that is both aesthetic and intellectually engaging, it can be representative, symbolic, or humorous while juxtaposing soft curvilinear figures with architectonic stands that contrasts rough weathered steel with smooth bronze.

Her portraits interpret a sense of the person while capturing a lively personality from life sketching or researching old photographs and interviews, with the final cast in bronze."

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