A.R.K. Ramos Fabricates Sculpture for U.S. Marine Corps Museum

Site outside Washington D.C. tells the story of the Marines dating back to the days of the Continental Congress.

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Oklahoma City-based A.R.K. Ramos, a provider of ADA signage, etched plaques and other architectural signage, announces that it has built a cast bronze sculpture that is on display at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Virginia.

The cast bronze sculpted bas relief emblem is on display in a courtyard area on the grounds of the 135-acre museum, which is adjacent to Marine Corps Base Quantico, not far from the nation’s capital. The sculpture features the Marine Corps’ famous “Eagle, Globe and Anchor” symbol, and has hand satin highlights with dark oxidized recessed elements. It was first hand-sculpted in clay and then cast in bronze.


Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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