Eugene Morelli received a Bachelors degree with Honors in Biological Sciences from the
University of Montana in 1979. Soon after, he began sculpting with his artist wife, Joan
Zygmunt. Working primarily in bronze, his work blends accuracy, detail and artistic
sculptural design to capture motion and the essence of each subject. As an elected
member of the National Sculpture Society, his sculpture has been awarded the Margaret
Hexter Award for Creative Sculpture at the Society's Annual Exhibition.
His work has been displayed in The White House, Washington, DC, the New Britain
Museum of American Art and is in the permanent collections of the prestigious
Brookgreen Gardens, The Ella Sharp Museum of Art & History, and The George W.
Bush Presidential Library. Recently, "Soaring Majesty" was purchased for the permanent
collection of The Stratz Performing Arts Center, in Tampa, FL.
Eugene’s eagle bronzes “Majesty” and “Destiny” are permanently installed in Ft.
Campbell, KY as part of the memorial honoring the servicemen of the 506th Airborne
Infantry Regiment, WW II”s famed “Band of Brothers”.