Solomon Bassoff

Faducci whimsical emotive sculptures are created with hand sculpted concrete and mosaic tiles for public collections
About Solomon Bassoff

For over 20 years Faducci has been creating public are for schools. parks, hospitals, zoos, and numerous other public places. Our work is emotive, safe to interact, colorful, and designed to bring public awareness to our environment. The proven durability and iconic quality of our sculpture is ideal for public art.

Solomon Bassoff
Preferred Pronouns: He/him
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On the Road to Extinction
On the Road to Extinction at entrance to the Cameron Park Zoo, Waco, Texas

Faducci Studio, of North San Juan, CA, is pleased to announce the sculpture, “On the Road to Extinction”. The sculpture features a Rhino, an African Elephant, a Giraffe, an Orangutan, and a Cheetah seated in a Model A Ford car. All of these species are endangered and hovering on the brink of extinction. The artists often sculpt wildlife in an effort to bring awareness to natural environments and to species that are threatened. “On the Road to Extinction” was designed to educate, inspire conservation, create connection and to honor the unique qualities of these animal species.

The outcome of all endangered species lies with the choices humans as individuals make in their lives daily. The sculpture captures the realistic character of each animal species portrayed while showing the trademark whimsy that Faducci Studio is known for. Faducci artwork is designed to capture the interests and inspire the hearts of all ages.

Saurophaganax dinosaur
Saurophaganax dinosaur

The Faducci sculptures serve as a unique tribute to the natural resources and history of Oklahoma and stimulate learning about the local natural environment. The large Saurophaganax dinosaur holding books stands as a tribute to the library and reading. The colorful collared lizard installation is a welcoming focal point for the library entrance. The sculpture depicting Lisa Mulhall and dog is designed to engage visitors from both the interior and exterior of the library patio. The sculptures are intended to encourage library use, to touch hearts and inspire minds of library guests for generations to come.

Musical Trio on the Trail
Musical Trio on the Trail
The City of Enid officials and the Public Arts Commission of Enid (PACE) commissioned Faducci Studio to create a sculpture that has been placed along the Enid trail. The sculpture, “Musical Trio on the Trail, was created by the artist Faducci and consists of three animals native to Oklahoma, (coyote, armadillo, and racoon) holding stainless steel drums. The piece is meant to be interactive and residents can test their drumming skills by playing the drums held by the animals.

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