Antonio Tobias Mendez

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Antonio Tobias Mendez
Born 1963
Denver, Colorado
Nationality United States
Other names Toby
Occupation Sculptor

Antonio Tobias Mendez (aka Toby; born 1963 in Denver, Colorado) is an American sculptor.[1]


On Watch (Commemorating The World War II U.S. Naval Amphibious Training Base, Solomons, Maryland, 1942–1945) by artist Antonio Tobias Mendez (2007 bronze)

Mendez has produced over twenty public monuments: his sculptures include Thurgood Marshall,[2][3] Don Shula,[4] Mohandas Gandhi,[5] Major Taylor,[5][6] and part of the United States Navy Memorial.[7] In 2011, Mendez was nominated as one of the three finalists to complete the Bill Russell statue in the city of Boston at the City Hall Plaza,[8] he also created bronze sculptures of the six Baltimore Orioles greats whose uniform numbers were retired by the ballclub, which are located in the picnic area behind the bullpens beyond left-center field at Camden Yards.[9]

Personal life[edit]

Toby Mendez is the son of former CIA operative Tony Mendez.


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