Past Works 1976-2006
Alan began with a classical training in art from The Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. St George and his late wife, Adrianne, dedicated much of their lives to the restoration and expansion of Havencrest Castle, their turn-of-the-century home in Savanna, IL. Alan covered the walls and ceilings with his sculptures and murals, recreating the Art of the Past.
"Love" and "Art" caryatids hold up the Beaux Arts Ballroom musician's balcony.
Sculptures in the Russian Rococo Library at Havencrest
The entrance to the Beaux Arts Ballroom at the artist's home: Havencrest Castle.
At 17' high by 10' wide "The Force of Nature" is Alan's largest sculptural group.
The hilltop home of The St Georges
Alan's sculptures and paintings cover the walls and ceilings of "The Russian Rococo Library"
The St Georges enroute to a friend's funeral pose during construction of "The Medieval Hall" which boasts the largest staircase in their home.
Alan's figures representing Wisdom and Virtue flank a mid-19th C bronze doré plaque of The Arts.
A view of the Medieval Hall mantlepiece.
The Five Knightly Virtues top windows and doors in the Medieval Hall.
Sir Galahad holds the Holy Grail above a doorway in the 80 foot long Medieval Hall.
The Master Bedroom
The Florentine Entrance Hall
The Fragonard Music Room.
Alan recreated Fragonard's "Progress of Love" series on the walls of the Music Room.
This drunken satyr is part of a sculptural grouping Alan made for the Beaux Arts Ballroom.
Past Works 2011-2013
These years saw a wave of bronzes created in a more contemporary vein.
POWER OF LOVE
POWER OF LOVE
LIFE FORM 2
LIFE FORM 2 (detail)
LIFE FORM 1
CAVE BEAR ALTAR