911 Rescue Dogs
Following the tragic events of 9/11, Liza created a life-size rescue dog descending onto a base of actual rubble from the World Trade Center. Authentic protective booties and vest were used in the casting process of the dog.
The first of a limited edition of two (shown here), is in a private collection in Upstate New York.
The second 911 Rescue Dog, made with the remaining scraps that Liza had obtained from Ground Zero, was donated by Theresa Santmann to the 911 Memorial Garden at Farmingdale State University on Long Island.
In both sculptures there is a partially hidden bronze casting of a crushed New York City Fireman's helmet.
In 1999, in keeping with Switzerland’s most beloved animal, the cow, Liza was commissioned by the village of Gstaad to do a life-size calf in bronze for their town square.
Nashua Memorial, Spendthrift Farm, Lexington, Kentucky
Half-life size memorial of Nashua portrayed with his lifelong groom, Clem Brooks on his grave in the Stallion Barn courtyard at Spendthrift Farm in Lexington, Kentucky.
Tribute to the mares and foal at Gallagher's Farm
A playful salute to the equestrian residents of Gallagher’s Farm.