Milton Hebald’s art is on display at the Smithsonian, in Central Park, in Los Angeles, Florida, and even Switzerland and Italy. He recently donated a terra cotta bust of Walt Whitman to the Culver City Senior Center, which is the location of his current studio.
And did we mention that he’s 91 years old and still creating great art?
His art career began when he was just 8 years old and got his first box of clay. Two short years later, at the age of 10, he became the youngest student ever to attend the Art Students League.
He had his first one-man show at the age of 20. From there, accolades and awards came one after the other. Now, he’s in his 90s and still relevant, still in demand and still inspiring people all over the world!