The Conscience Institute has created The Chromys Award, which honors personalities blessed with an exemplary conscience, who have contributed through their life-time work to make this planet a more livable place for future generations. read on →
Anna Chromy was shocked when she saw the photo: "We have not tested it for the extra weight at that point. The sculpture is very finely tuned and balances on a single foot". Matthew Mitcham's followers expressed their concern too when he published the photo on Twitter. "Please don't take such risks", said one, and "You're an adorable fool" said another. Fortunately for both artist and athlete, Mitcham returned to earth unscathed and both photo and sculpture remain for posterity.
During an official reception the National Academy of Sculpture in Beijing installed on 15 th June the table-size version of Anna Chromy’s Olympic Spirit in its gallery, between the bronze sculptures of Mao Tse Tung and Confucius. At the same ceremony Prof. Wu Weishan, President and Director of the Academy, handed to Anna the Letter read on →
Taking to heart the words of Horace that “A picture is a poem without words”, reinforced by Napoleon’s opinion that “A picture is worth thousand words”, Anna Chromy has decided to portray the essential teachings for our life in a new series of paintings, called “Chromatology”. read on →
The Cloak touches us in different ways, and has been written about many times. Here are a few of the most poignant articles on the subject of The Cloak of Conscience. Select a document to download: read on →