Eduardo Gomez Rojas’s “Unconditional” Pays Tribute To Female Soldiers

The City of Stuart will unveil a second sculpture at the Distinguished Service Memorial Park on Sunday, June 3rd. This new sculpture, a bronze bas-relief by Eduardo Gomez Rojas, will complete the second half of the memorial monument at the entrance to the park. The Stuart Rotary Foundation contributed private funds for both. A working figurative sculptor, Eduardo has a studio located in Jensen Beach. His passion to share the deep emotions of a human figure stand out in this sculpture – a mother leaving her child as she goes to serve our country. The Rickie Report shares the details …

Artist unveils latest military sculpture

Jensen Beach sculptor Eduardo Gomez Rojas unveiled his latest tribute to the military during Military Appreciation Day held in Memorial Park. Mr. Gomez-Rojas said he spent the last 10 months creating “Unconditional,” a bronze bas-relief depicting a female soldier and her young child after researching the topic of women in the U.S. Armed Services. Using his own daughter and granddaughter as models, he borrowed a uniform, boots and a backpack from a female army colonel who also helped serve as a consultant on the project. Continue Reading

‘Above and Beyond:’ Veterans’ sculpture unveiling is Memorial Day

The distinguished service of area veterans will be honored with a new sculpture that’s described by the few fortunate enough to see it as “poignant and powerful.” Until then, the artwork remains literally under wraps. On May 29, the Memorial Day ceremonies at Memorial Park in downtown Stuart will feature the unveiling of “Above and Beyond,” the sculpture by local artist Eduardo Gomez. Continue Reading

Artist Profile: Eduardo Gomez, sculptor of emotions

-CHRISTINA TASCON All art is emotional in some nature, either by the mood the artist tries to convey or the memories a piece brings from deep within the viewer. Some work is more emotionally evocative than others. Eduardo Gomez’ incredibly expressive figural sculptures pull fans into his past by connecting them to their own history with each piece he creates in his studio in Jensen Beach. Continue Reading