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Geraldine McCullough

Originally trained as a painter, Mrs. McCullough adopted welded sculpture as her preferred medium after her husband Lester McCullough, Sr., introduced her to the technique. Geraldine achieved national and international recognition in the art community with her steel and copper sculpture "Phoenix," which received the George D. Widener Gold Medal for Sculpture in 1964. Since then, she has received numerous accolades and awards for her work. With many public and private installations, her creative genius will be shared for generations.