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Plaster model for "Two Sisters" (Mother and Child) on display at the Allied Florists Association exhibit at Cobo Hall

This is the full-scale model for the figures in the Two Sisters Fountain, located in a courtyard of Kingswood School at Cranbrook Educational Community, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Inspired by the helpful attitude of the girls at Kingswood, Fredericks cast this full-scale plaster original before leaving Cranbrook for military service in 1942. …

View of Central United Methodist Church with "Christ the Good Shepherd"

Installed on the front of the Central United Methodist Church in Waterford, Michigan, Fredericks cast this gold anodized sculpture in aluminum.

The idea for this sculpture began during the summer of 1961 during a conversation with the minister of the church, Milton H. Bank. Fredericks worked directly with Elbert M. Wilmot, a representative…

"Christ the Good Shepherd"

Installed on the front of the Central United Methodist Church in Waterford, Michigan, Fredericks cast this gold anodized sculpture in aluminum.

The idea for this sculpture began during the summer of 1961 during a conversation with the minister of the church, Milton H. Bank. Fredericks worked directly with Elbert M. Wilmot, a representative…

Alternate view of plaster model for "Christ the Good Shepherd"

Installed on the front of the Central United Methodist Church in Waterford, Michigan, Fredericks cast this gold anodized sculpture in aluminum.

The idea for this sculpture began during the summer of 1961 during a conversation with the minister of the church, Milton H. Bank. Fredericks worked directly with Elbert M. Wilmot, a representative…

Plaster model for "Christ the Good Shepherd"

Installed on the front of the Central United Methodist Church in Waterford, Michigan, Fredericks cast this gold anodized sculpture in aluminum.

The idea for this sculpture began during the summer of 1961 during a conversation with the minister of the church, Milton H. Bank. Fredericks worked directly with Elbert M. Wilmot, a representative…