This clay study for a statue of John F. Kennedy by famed Fresno artist Varaz Samuelian sits in the side yard of a house on San Benito Street in downtown Fresno. Samuelian admired Kennedy and carved the likeness in 1964. It stands near the enormous concrete study he made for his famed statue of Armenian folk hero David of Sassoon.
This clay study for a statue of John F. Kennedy by famed Fresno artist Varaz Samuelian sits in the side yard of a house on San Benito Street in downtown Fresno. Samuelian admired Kennedy and carved the likeness in 1964. It stands near the enormous concrete study he made for his famed statue of Armenian folk hero David of Sassoon. The Fresno Bee
This clay study for a statue of John F. Kennedy by famed Fresno artist Varaz Samuelian sits in the side yard of a house on San Benito Street in downtown Fresno. Samuelian admired Kennedy and carved the likeness in 1964. It stands near the enormous concrete study he made for his famed statue of Armenian folk hero David of Sassoon. The Fresno Bee

Kennedy statue in clay sits in Fresno yard, exposed to the elements

May 26, 2018 12:53 PM