Rubin's Video Series


An Insider Look at the Lost Art of Wax Casting Process


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Museum Quality Bronze Sculpture

Produced through the lost Wax Vasting Process

Featured in museum, corporate and private collections, Rubin Peacock’s bronze sculptures are unique creations cast in his own foundry and hand-finished by him.

These works emerge from a timeless appreciation of form, unity, tension and mysticism.  They stand solidly, unshakable in their concentration of energy and purity of craftsmanship. 

Emerging from centuries of sculptural tradition in bronze, they are totems very much of today. They pry into the idioms of our time, yet retain the influence and sincerity of their European past. These sculptures merge the architectonic rigidity of geometrical shapes with an organic strength and flowing force of nature.

The Book

“Rubin Peacock: 50 Years of Bronze Sculpture” is an autobiographical account of Peacock’s career as a sculptor, tracing the enduring influence of his Native American ancestry, upbringing in the rural South, and educational experience abroad. The 202-page, full-color book edited by Tom Erdhardt and designed by Leni Price, is available for purchase through this site for $39 at the gallery.


Click on the link above to view the digital version published by VCU Libraries