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Donations to Sculpture Garden

Invitation to art lovers to support a unique international project


The main entrance into the Sculpture Garden. The flag of Alexander the Great, with its gold sunburst on red background, greets the visitor. Sixteen pedestals in a double circle display bronze and marble portraits and sculptures by European artists. They include portraits of Salvador Dalí and his wife Gala, Ronald Reagan, Swami Rama of the Himalayas, the inventor of the pacemaker Wilson Greatbatch, music conductor Herbert von Karajan, and others. Also bronze sculptures 'Eagle' by Kurt Arentz, 'Knight, Death and Devil' and 'St. Christopher' by Renate Stendar can be seen by the visitors.


The Museum of European Art does not receive any financial support from the government.

We would like to invite you to become a part of this unique project and consider making a generous donation toward the completion of the Sculpture Garden. The names of the donors will be engraved on plates, and attached to several of our Display Walls with fine bronze, marble or terra-cotta reliefs.

The donations are $ 300 per individual, or $ 500 per couple.

Business and institutional sponsorships are also available.

All donors will promptly receive a receipt for their tax-deductible donations.


The checks should be mailed to:

Museum of European Art, 10545 Main Street, Clarence, NY 14031



B. John Zavrel

Founder & Director



One of the Display Walls, on which bronze and marble reliefs will be installed in 2009 and in the years ahead. Plaques with the names of donors will be attached to each display panel, which will feature works of European and American artists.



Portrait of the surrealist Catalan painter Salvador Dalí in the Alexander Sculpture Garden in Clarence, New York.