He has no mentors. There is nowhere to go to learn his art. No one teaches his technique. And yet in reviving a long-lost Classical style of relief sculpture, Bill Mack has created works which are so sought after that they hang in the White House, form part many of the world’s largest private art collections and grace the homes of superstars like Elton John and Sylvester Stallone. Unquestionably the finest living relief sculptor, Bill Mack has revived the long-lost alto-relief methods used centuries ago in Classical art and architecture and, over the past 30 years, has amassed a legion of fans across Europe, United States, South America and Japan with his compelling, emotive pieces. His work is in the collections of former Presidents Clinton, Ford and Regan; global rock legends Elton John, Celine Dion and Rod Stewart; HRH Prince Albert of Monaco; Hollywood stars Sylvester Stallone, Elizabeth Taylor, and Tony Curtis and the former Prime Minister of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev, among many others. Bill Mack sculptures are also on public display in a number of US institutions including the Statue of Liberty National Monument on Liberty Island; the NBA Hall of Fame; the International Tennis Hall of Fame; NFL Hall of Fame and the United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame. To create the extraordinary visual effects of his work, Bill Mack has developed sculptural techniques first used in Classical Greek and Roman times. Relief sculpture requires exceptional ability and visual acuity combined to create the distortions in perspective necessary to allow the works to come out of the frame and into the room.