Bart Simpson Statue Unveiled in New York City, Designed and Sculpted by Voice Nancy Cartwright
Cartwright, who has been the voice of the world's favorite ten-year-old since 1987, also designed the bronze bust of her trademark character.
“I had seen other people work with clay, and there was something inside me . . . I had this innate knowing that I could sculpt,” she said when speaking with The New York Post. “It’s a different kind of artistic gratification than I get from creating voices.”
Nancy spent about 20 hours molding the bust out of oil-based clay at her home in Northridge, California, studio.
A second Bartman sculpture will be installed at the USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles on May 8th.