Tony Sheets – Untitled
This sculpture, consisting of images cast in eight tilt-up concrete relief panels in the center of a fountain, is located in the midst of this commercial center. Figure identity on the panels is unknown.
About the artist:
Tony Sheets was born into an arts community. His father was Millard Sheets, head of the Art Department at Scripps College. Tony was an apprentice for the sculptor Albert Stewart. He studied under Jean and Arthur Ames who created “Earth, Fire, Water, and the Potter”. He collaborated with other artists to develop a process to create cast concrete wall sculptures such as this one. Until he retired, he was director of Fine Arts at the Los Angeles County Fair.