Inspire Your Recipients
with Bennett Sculpture Awards
Bennett Awards offers a broad selection of unique, high-end sculpture awards that are distinct from anything else on the market. Unlike common, mass-produced plaques and trophies, our sculpture recognition awards are true pieces of art that are handcrafted by a talented team of artisans using the highest quality materials available.
Our sculpture awards are available in a variety of designs, sizes, price points and materials, including bronze, pewter, crystal and art glass. In addition, all of our recognition awards support custom engraving specific to your needs. No matter which design you select, these sculpture awards are sure to delight your recipients, enhance your presentation event, and reinforce your brand.
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Sculpture Awards Gallery
Shown below is a small sample of the sculpture awards and trophies that we have created. Clicking on any of the images below for more information. Click the yellow button below for an expanded gallery of our sculpture awards.
Recent Project Highlights
The National WWII Museum presented a set of custom medallions created by Bennett Awards to recipients of its 2019 American Spirit Awards. The American Spirit Awards honor individuals and organizations whose work reflects the values and spirit of those who served our country during the World War II years. For these awards, Bennett Awards created unique, custom medallions with a variety of images and finishes.
Acclaimed actress Julia Roberts received a sculpture award from Bennett Awards as the recipient of the latest recipient of the George Eastman Award. Roberts was recognized for her distinguished contribution to the art of cinema. The George Eastman Award was established by the George Eastman Museum in 1955 as the first retrospective film award to honor artistic works of enduring value. For this award, George Eastman House selected the unique Bennett sculpture award “Elite”, designed by Tom Bennett.
The James W. Foley Foundation presented recognition awards from Bennett Awards to the 2019 recipients of its James W. Foley Freedom Awards. The foundation’s mission is to advocate for the safe return of all Americans held hostage abroad, the protection of independent conflict journalists and education regarding these threats to freedom. The James W. Foley Freedom Awards are presented each year to honorees who exemplify the extraordinary moral courage needed in government, journalism and education. The Bennett Awards sculpture award design Eternal Spirit was used for these awards.