The A. Phimister Proctor Foundation is committed to the preservation and care of Proctor’s monumental sculptures, all of which are located outside in national parks, on bridges, university campuses, street corners, and in historic communities.

Over time outdoor bronze artwork can be damaged with exposure to environmental factors such as humidity, extreme sunlight and weather, chemicals or acids in bird droppings.

The A. Phimister Proctor Foundation works with local municipalities, historical institutions, and parks departments across the country to conserve and maintain Proctor’s outdoor sculptures, preserving his century-old artwork and public legacy.