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Vadim Bora's works have been commissioned for a number of municipal and private entities in Asheville and Charlotte, NC; Atlanta, Georgia; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Spartanburg, South Carolina; Vladikavkaz, Russia; and elsewhere.

Vadim was a member of the National Sculpture Society, Tri-State Sculptors, Mountain Sculptors, the National Portrait Society, the Artists Union of Russia and Artists Union of North Ossetia.

A sampling of commissions may be seen below.

Biltmore Estate: "Cornelia & Cedric"

- a life-size bronze on the historic Biltmore Estate (built by George Vanderbilt)
in Asheville, North Carolina, depicting a young Cornelia Vanderbilt
and the family St. Bernard. Dedicated October 2010.


Mission Reuter Children’s Outpatient Center sculpture: “On the Mend!”
– a ten-piece sculpture grouping at Reuters Children's Outpatient Center for Asheville's Mission Hospital. Technical assistant was sculptor Bob Doyon. The sculptures (all larger than life-size) were installed and dedicated in the early fall of 2006.

Mission Reuter Children’s Outpatient Center sculpture: “On the Mend!”
– a private commission for the pool area of a home overlooking the Asheville Country Club golf course. The material is cast marble, size: 3ft. x 7ft.'

Mission Reuter Children’s Outpatient Center sculpture: “On the Mend!”
– a private commission for Asheville's Flat Iron Building. The table-top sculpture stands inside the building, as well as anchoring the i-beam wireless post outside of the Word Coffee Café on Battery Park Avenue.

Mission Reuter Children’s Outpatient Center sculpture: “On the Mend!”
– veterans' memorial sculpture at the Asheville VA Medical Center. The piece is synthetic stone / concrete composite with a hand-finished patina. It stands 3.5 ft. tall.

Mission Reuter Children’s Outpatient Center sculpture: “On the Mend!”
– a trio of three bronze cat's on the Asheville Urban Trail. Part of a 2.4 mile walk around downtown telling the history of Asheville in sculptures and plaques, this sculpture was commissioned by the City of Asheville and donated by the Lavelle family.

Mission Reuter Children’s Outpatient Center sculpture: “On the Mend!”
– a private commission commemorating the African American men who served as soldiers in U.S. history. The table-top sculpture was created in terra cotta with a hand-finished patina and synthetic stone.

Mission Reuter Children’s Outpatient Center sculpture: “On the Mend!”
– a Vadim Bora design, the vessel was commissioned by a private individual with the church. The bronze pedestal bears the handprint of the church priest; the top is a bronze abstract. The black walnut body was made by a local woodworker.

Mission Reuter Children’s Outpatient Center sculpture: “On the Mend!”
– a private commission, this table-top sculpture was made in both terra cotta and carved out of black walnut wood by Vadim Bora.

Mission Reuter Children’s Outpatient Center sculpture: “On the Mend!”
– commissioned by the a meditation garden at a retirement center and park in Kansas City, the work is in stone.

Mission Reuter Children’s Outpatient Center sculpture: “On the Mend!”
– a maquette for a large sculpture, this terra cotta model was designed for St. Luke in Charlotte, NC.

Mission Reuter Children’s Outpatient Center sculpture: “On the Mend!”
– this maquette for a veterans' memorial fountain was a finalist for a competition in Morganton, NC, and is available for commissioning.

Mission Reuter Children’s Outpatient Center sculpture: “On the Mend!”
– this trio of children was a private commission for a table top sculpture in Asheville, NC.

COMMISSIONING A SCULPTURE

   Overview of media and materials you can chose from.
   MEDIA
   · Portrait
   · Architectural
   · Creative

   MATERIALS
   · Terra-cotta
   · Bronze
   · Synthetic Stones
   · Other Artificial Materials
COMMISSIONING A PAINTING

   Overview of media and materials you can chose from.
   MEDIA
   · Portrait
   · Landscape
   · Decorative
   · Figurative

   MATERIALS
   · Oil
   · Acrylic
   · Pastel/Charcoal
 



 
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