Man of Vision - The Muhlenberg Monument. Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsylvania.
On the beach at The Turnaround Seaside, Oregon.
Stanley Wanlass-Professor Emeritus, B.F.A./ M.A./ A.F.A.S., taught at numerous universities both in the United States, Canada and abroad including the European Art Academy in Paris and the Université de Grenoble, France. He is president of Renaissance International, Inc. a design studio based in Oregon. Wanlass, who resides in Oregon and Utah, is an internationally known sculptor, designer and painter. In 1976 Wanlass sculpted a 22 foot monument for the United States of America Bicentennial which is located in the City of Everett Washington. Then in 1982 Wanlass sculpted an heroic monument "Arrival" celebrating Lewis & Clark's sojourn to the Pacific Ocean. It is located at the National Memorial for Lewis & Clark at Fort Clatsop on the north Oregon Coast. This was the first of many Lewis & Clark Monuments Wanlass sculpted for the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial including "End of the Trail" at the turn-around on the beach at Seaside, Oregon, "Mark of Triumph", Lewis & Clark Monument in downtown Long Beach, Washington and "Clark's Tree" erected on the sands of the Pacific Ocean, north of Cape Disappointment on the Long Beach Peninsula, Washington. This monument is a twenty-five foot bronze tree that marks the furthest northwest point traveled by Lewis & Clark's Corps of Discovery. The Muhlenberg Monument "Man of Vision" is located at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. And, The Rockwell Monument "The Protector" an iconic pioneer monument is located in the Legacy (Hutchings Museum) Sculpture Park, Lehi, Ut.