During winter break I was doing some running around with my mother back in Ohio and one of the places we stopped at was her bank. As I was waiting I saw a very familiar designed sculpture. The cast aluminum panels for the bank were designed, cast and installed by Akron, Ohio sculptor Don Drumm. I would say he is the reason I got into sculpture in the first place. Designing such large sculptures that were cast and welded aluminum in the early sixties was very progressive as the ability to weld aluminum and have your own foundry was a feat within itself.
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These relief sculptures are at a local bank in downtown Canton and were commissioned for the original bank for its grand opening in the sixties, I can’t remember that name of the original bank; sorry.