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All Slurry Wall Blocks
  Story Photos 2001-11
  Story Told in 4 Signs 06
  Story San Painting
  Story Concrete Pipe 07
  San Patriotic Photos
Project 11up History
  Viewing/Concrete 2010
  Sculpture Sketch 2011
  Concrete Arrival in FL
  Marine Reception
  First Sculpture Cuts
  11up San Sculpting
World Trade Center History
  WTC Slurry Wall 1967
  Slurry Wall Post 9/11
San Priest Past Photos
  Like Father Like San
  Paintings by San
Press, YouTube & TV
  Morning Call PA 2006
  Concrete Prdcts Mag 07
  WINK TV 2011
  News Press 2011
  Naples Daily News
  Bethlehem Patch
  San Priest YouTube 2011
  Mayor John Callahan  YouTube 9/11/11
  Rich Parrish
YouTube 9/11/11
  Oregon State Sculpture
  Salt Lake Tribune
  Utah Gov. Gary Herbert
911 Sculptures
Concrete Sculpture and Concrete Scultures of 9/11 and the World Trade Center

Frequently Asked Questions

Will San work with us to design a 9/11 sculpture or does she already have designs of her own?

San has both, design concepts and suggestions with what might be of interest to your location, such as size requirements. San will work directly with you and your staff of professionals to come up with a plan that meets everyone's needs. Anything can be achieved with the right communication.

How can I reserve a sculpture for my own town, business or museum?

Contact Sandra Priest directly at 239-269-5733 with any additional questions you might have.

How long does the process of each sculpture take?

Of course the larger full block sculptures take anywhere from 4 months on and the smaller abstract ones take much less time to create. San can answer this with a quick phone call.

How much does each 9/11 concrete sculpture weigh?

Each block of concrete weighs in its raw state anywhere from 3 to 7 tons. As the concrete sculpture is developed, some of the weight is eliminated by the sculpting process.

Do we pay for the shipping of our sculpture?

The shipping charges are separate and different with each piece going out. San will make sure each piece is shipped, insured, and handled with the utmost care.

How to Choose a Sculpture
  Available Blocks
  Vegas Sculpture 2007
  PA Sculpture 2011
  OSU Sculpture 2012
  Utah Fallen Warrior
Memorial 2013
  Echo 11 Sculpture 2013
  Childrens Memorial 2015
  Michael Petrone, The Man Who Built The Wall
In 1967
  Sculptures on U.S. Tour
 Utah Mountain Crane
9/11 Sculpture
  Artistic Sculpture Photos
  The Gatekeeper
Abstract Sculptures
  9/11 Memorial Bench
  9/11 Small Sculptures
New York, DC and PA
  1 World Trade Center
  9/11 Memorial Museum
  Flight 93 Memorial
  Pentagon Memorial
  San Wikipedia
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