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The year was 1979, and Bronstein could not find a job as an engineer or watchmaker, he needed employment, he could work with tools and had molded clay and worked with wood as a child. It was the beautiful grain of a piece of olive wood that motivated the sculptor to fashion a small figure at a wood shop in the Old City Caesarea.
It was through this statue that was so well received by a local shopkeeper that Bronstein’s new artistic direction was charted.
This combination of circumstances and the success of his first sculpture gave direction and purpose to his innate talent…
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