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Roy Paschal was born in South Carolina and is particularly appreciative of its diversity and natural beauty. The wide expanses of a low country marsh to the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains provide never-ending inspiration.
When Roy was a boy, he roamed these natural habitats searching for glimpses of wildlife and enjoying the sights and sounds of nature. To this day you can find Roy knee-deep in a saltwater marsh or hiking along a trail with his sketch pad or paints in hand. He is always looking for that special spot to glimpse the magic of nature, especially enjoying and painting the diminishing sights being overtaken by ever-growing and expanding development and population.
Roy Paschal also creates fine art bronzes, portraits, and monumental works that vary both in subject matter and medium. His sculptures are found in galleries, private collections, parks, and museums throughout the country.
Roy uses traditional methods and tools, he typically sculpts in clay, makes a mold, and then creates castings in bronze, or resin. Many of Roy’s sculptures have been carved in stone.