TributeArt is pleased to introduce the exclusive line of bronze tribute art sculptures by Wyland. These exceptional pieces will be marketed exclusively across North America through select FrontRunner clients.
Not only are these sculptures treasured collectibles by world renowned Artist of the Seas, Wyland, they have been handcrafted to allow for suitable housing of cremated remains, flower petals or other mementos. There are four different sculptures available in full and miniature versions.
"I have been working with Wyland and his team for over a year now to bring together this highly anticipated and exciting offering," says Kevin Montroy, TributeArt founder and FrontRunner CEO. "In my opinion, consumers are not telling funeral service they don't have money. For many, they simply no longer see the value in spending a large amount of money on a casket that will be either cremated or buried in the ground, never to be seen again." TributeArt is just one more example of how FrontRunner is doing more to help clients grow their businesses.
"In all of my experience in funeral service, I have never seen this level of quality and focus on a product that will impact so many funeral professionals," explains Chris Farmer, TributeArt Partner. "TributeArt truly sets a new standard of quality and will change consumers' perception of what urns should look like by instilling the concept of Art of Remembrance."
Renowned marine life artist Wyland changed the way people think about our environment when he started painting life-size whales on the sides of buildings in the 1980s. Wyland always thought big. And he never stopped. Today, the Wyland name has become synonymous with the new generation of awareness about environmental conservation. Through his unique marine life paintings, sculptures, and photography, Wyland has inspired a generation about the importance of marine life conservation. His life — like his art — can find him anywhere around the world, at any time, from the Antarctic ice shelf on a photo expedition to document climate change to a grassroots journey down the Mississippi River on a mission of conservation.