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 Jay Hall Carpenter  (1959 - )

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Lived/Active: District Of Columbia      Known for: sculptor, figure, religion

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
As a student at St. Albans School in Washington DC, Jay Hall Carpenter spent his free time watching the master carvers at work on the National Cathedral. At one point a carver gave him some stone and some tools and Carpenter carved his own gargoyles, one of which was accepted as part of the Cathedral project by the Master Carver, Roger Morigi.

After high school Jay Hall Carpenter went to the Pratt Institute in New York to major in sculpture. Upon his return to Washington two years later, Carpenter began working with Brad Parker a teacher and figurative sculptor. Carpenter began a career at the National Cathedral which lasted for twenty years. Carpenter also formed a close relationship with Frederick Hart who befriended, mentored and eventually hired him as his first sculptor's assistant. Carpenter worked with Hart on the central tympanum at the Cathedral and Hart sculpted the weapons for his Vietnam Memorial monument.

Jay Hall Carpenter has won three national competitions and since 1987 has won three awards from the National Sculpture Society.

Source: Art & Antiques, March 2003

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