As of Jan. 2, 2018, we will be opening our gallery and studio at 789 Baltimore St., in Gettysburg, next to the entrance to the National Cemetery. Not only will you be able to visit the sculptor's studio and see current projects in process, you will also be invited to browse the gallery full of Mr. Casteel's work, including the rerelease of the Gettysburg monument replicas signed and numbered edition in stone and bronze as they are on the battlefield.

Our phone number and address, listed below, will assist you when contacting us. You may also wish to visit my Face Book site at Gary Casteel.

Thank you for visiting the website; we look forward to seeing you in Gettysburg.

Casteel Sculptures, LLC
Gary Casteel
P.O. Box 3133
Gettysburg, PA 17325
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Mr. Casteel loves to Share his Story
and Passion for Art and History

Mr. Gary Casteel, historical sculptor of The General James Longstreet Memorial at Gettysburg, the controversial President Jefferson Davis and Sons in Biloxi MS, Brothers temporarily on loan to the Virginia State Capital in Richmond, and the most recent monument to the US Colored Troops from Lexington Park Maryland, just a few of his more prominent projects, is available to speak to your group.

Mr. Casteel has often been referred to as a story teller par excellence. His ability to draw the listener into a web of excitement through a story line he creates from experience and the heart, not a hastily prepared page, is well known. His passion for his work, historical art, and preservation are his foremost topics. He speaks regularly to Roundtables, Historical Societies, art teacher’s organizations, civic clubs and gives guided tours of the Gen. James Longstreet Monument at Gettysburg, a monument he sculpted and erected in 1998.

Mr. Casteel’s passion for history and art will prove to engage any audience, and he is available upon request with consideration to scheduling your special speaking engagement. You may contact Mr. Casteel at 717-387-0461 or email him at to discuss particulars.