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Second Chance


Created in the spirit of shared
human experience

"A pair of companion bronze sculptures, "No Second Chance” and the follow up sculpture “Second Chance - The Cardiologist” were originally conceived and sketched out in 2006. 

"Over the course of almost 10 years the sculpture evolved with my life’s experiences to a wonderfully successful conclusion in 2018. 

"Both were conceived and executed in an attempt to capture, and convey, two of life's most powerful and enduring messages: The lessons of loss, and the lessons of salvation and re-kindled appreciation for life and all it has to offer.

"They were created in the spirit of our shared human experience, in the hopes that they might help others find strength and support through the Art."

"Without the love and support of my family and friends, the amazing team at the Art Research Fine Arts Foundry, and my wonderful Cardiologist and his team of healthcare professionals, I wouldn’t be here to share this art today. They literally, and figuratively, have helped to save my life, and make my mission one of working to help enhance the world around us and help others live better and more meaningful lives.

"The sculptures are available in limited editions in the timeless mediums of both bronze, and plaster. You can read more about the story behind the sculptures in the Spring 2018 edition of Chester County Medicine found below."



2018 Spring Edition

Chester County Medicine

Featuring John Madarasz' series

No Second Chance & Second Chance

“No Second Chance - The Cardiologist”  |  Plaster on Walnut Base

“No Second Chance" with Original Plaster Mold

“Second Chance” and “No Second Chance” plasters are shown here, including the original sculpture mold in the background. These plaster castings are created with a nod to the classic plaster casts from the 1800’s from the likes of such giants as Rodin.

The sculptures are uniquely beautiful and much more affordable than bronze, although much more fragile. They are offered for sale on either walnut or plaster bases, and are a beautiful, organic alternative to bronze.

Let's create something custom.

John Madarasz
407 Spackman Lane
Exton, PA 19341

Evening Business Cellular Phone
(8 a.m. - 10 p.m. EST)
(610) 529-8220

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(610) 280-7989

Are you interested in commissioning a piece?
John Madarasz creates custom sculpture for private or public collections. Contact John below to describe your idea for a custom piece.
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