George Segal - Bus Riders, 1962. Hirschorn Museum. The figures he made were put into environments. Segal's works portray life's banal activities, intimate activities, and political subjects. All of these situations highlight the routine that everyone follows . Segal's figures appear to be frozen in time.
Plaster Casts with a Message. Inspired by Amercian artist George Segal and his life-size plaster body casts. Working individually or in pairs, students selected a message or idea or feeling they wanted to express through their sculpture. Meaning should be conveyed through expression and gesture. Extend the lesson by the addition of supplementary items. From "A Faithful Attempt" website.