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A sculpture to honor one man; one who had touched the life of his son Cody as well as countless others, Terence (Terry) Leon Zulkowski had no idea how this Texas FFA Advisor would react.  Richard LeBlanc knew in an instant this was meant to be shared with everyone who loves FFA.  Calls were soon made to the FFA National Headquarters and licensing ensued.  An original endeavor meant only to acknowledge the retirement of a beloved FFA advisor and stand proudly identifying an exceptional school, this FFA cast emblem will memorialize distinguished individuals and schools everywhere.

A Texas FFA Alumnus who wore his blue jacket proudly, Terry's FFA Background is an integral part of his work ethic.  Already having achieved artistic and commercial success with thousands enjoying his trademark ThemeCrete creations, Terry is grateful to be able to devote all of his time to his art.   Terry formed TLZ Artworx as an exclusive subsidiary with one mission: "to make available the finest cast edition of the FFA Emblem ever created."  This gift will stand to honor not only Richard LeBlanc, but all who make FFA great across the nation.  A native Texan, Terry and his lovely wife Deborah have two sons and two daughters and reside in his hometown of Rosenberg, Texas.



FFA Alumni and former President, Jimmy Carter gives thumbs-up to the 75th Commerative sculpture of the FFA Emblem donated to the Georgia FFA by artist Terry Zulkowski of TLZ Artworx.

The artist and a young FFA member in front of the Large FFA Emblem.







 Referred to as "A Ton of Pride", the Premier FFA Edition Emblem weighs in around 3600 pounds and stands 80" high.  The base is 17" tall, 60" wide and 32" deep.  The base provides a welcome surface for sitting or standing, allowing those who want to get 'up close and personal' to do so with ease.  The emblem itself is 8" thick with a 48" diameter center.  Made of the artists own 'ThemeCrete' aggregate composite, the FFA emblem is cast over an interior structure of 3/8" re-bar and gauge galvanized welded mesh solid construction.   "Lost Wax" techniques give the emblem all the quality and detail of cast bronze statuary.  Able to withstand a 150 mph wind gust, the FFA Emblem is etched in a bronze patina lithachrome monument  finish providing lasting beauty and resilience to exterior elements. Each emblem is hand made, has the FFA Motto on the back and has a place for a bronze Dedication Plate to memorialize or honor individuals, groups or achievements.  No installation is necessary as the emblem is designed to stand proudly where ever it is placed.  The emblem is lifted and placed using the removable eye bolt that is included.