American Artist and Sculptor: Educated in California, with an Arts degree from U.C.L.A., Braslow successfully established himself in the medium of figurative bronze sculpture. In the late 1970’s, Braslow went to Israel to execute the Entebbe Rescue Memorial at Ben-Gurion Airport and sculptures for Yad Vashem Memorial Holocaust Museum and Haifa Museum of Modern Art. The planned six months in Israel stretched into four intense years. Braslow’s sculptures show life as he would like it to be– graceful, elegant, and hopeful. They inevitably recall the work of Brancusi in their startling grace, and the work of Giacometti in their intensity. After the first impressions, one reads the sculptures for their strength of balance, and only then the sense of emotion becomes apparent and remains the lasting impression.
Braslow sculpture is in the permanent collections of numerous museums and public, private, and corporate collections throughout the world.