SCULPTURE is the story of Ashley Steele (Raine Brown), an aspiring artist who returns home after the death of her parents (Marv Blauvelt and Susan Adriensen) only to find her possessive rich older brother, Adam (Dustin Kerns), and the haunting memories of her repressed past await her. Her childhood friend, Emily (Misty Mundae) tries to free her from the grasp of her egotistical brother. Meanwhile she is commissioned by a well known art dealer (Alan Rowe Kelly) to create a life-size sculpture of “the perfect man”. Ashley decides to use body builders from her brother’s gym as models. Before long she finds herself spiraling down a path of unspeakable psychopathic terror and murder as she frantically tries to complete her masterpiece.
“The story of SCULPTURE was challenging to create on several levels. First, the story of Ashley Steele, an aspiring female artist commissioned to create a life size sculpture of "The Perfect Man" necessitated the combining of art, athletics, drama and horror. With regard to art, we needed to create an entire life time portfolio of the artist, thus numerous multitalented artists were commissioned to create paintings and sculptures which added true realism to the locations and sets. Since the artist uses primarily physical fit men as models, we secured some world class fitness models and body builders to play the various models of our aspiring artist. Assembling a cast of so many "perfect men" who could also act was no easy task. Secondly the story of Ashley Steele is profoundly psychological yet disturbingly violent. It was indeed a challenge to create a film that combines the beauty of art with the awe of athletics with images and themes that are compelling in subject, beautiful to look at, yet at times, disturbing and even horrifying to behold.”