Since 1932, and for three generations, Simon Art Co has not only been the industry leader, but also the heart and soul of the finest in traditional Church Art.
Our superb attention to detail has resulted in awe-inspiring pieces of art that enhance the architectural, liturgical, devotional, and contemplative life of thousands of communities and the buildings they adorn.
We offer you unmatched Quality and Craftsmanship, committed to surpassing your expectations.
The contents of the cases were in perfect condition, without even a scratch. The statues are splendid, as they look so nice and lively. They are truly worth our money.
T. M. Soosay,
St. Clair Group, Talawakelle, Ceylon
I send my good wishes and appreciation for the wonderful work of Art you have contributed to the Church not only in Mangalore but also in the whole country, as well as abroad. The statues, the Altars and other religious works of Art are famous and renowned. No other religious centre of production has out done Simon Art Co.
Bp. Anthony Fernandes,
Diocese of Bareilly, Bishop's House, 63, Cantt.,Bareilly - 243 001, India.
I hurry to thank you for the beautiful statue of Our Lady produced by your Firm.....Another achievement is the perfect packing. You deserve to be congratulated.
Fr. T.U. Stella,
Shrine of Our Lady of Arabia, Ahmadi, Kuwait. (Persian Gulf)
I do appreciate your great effort in producing such a beautiful icon of our Lady Consolata from a mere picture that we sent to you through email. I would like to express to you the happiness of the parishioners and the pilgrims that flow to this shrine. They admired the beauty of our lady Consolata using as many adjectives they know and many had tears of Joy and were speechless. Many people of all walks of life with the presence of ten media houses witnessed the unveiling of the icon on Sunday 17th June 2012.
Fr. James Bhola Lengarin,
Consolata Shrine, P.O. Box 14930 - 00800,
Nairobi, Westlands, Kenya.
I have received the statue of St. Ann with girl Mary, intact. It is truly beautiful and I am extremely glad to see the same. The mother and daughter look alive but only do not speak.
Sr. Stella D’Souza,
Principal, Atkinson Hr. Sec. School, Convent Street, Vijayawada, A.P. (India).
The images that came out from your workshops were known the world over, even before globalization came on, for their breath-taking beauty in colours, so natural that they used to be spoken of as 'Statues-that-speak'.
Fr. William Barrocas,
Retd. Pastor of Ajmer Diocese, Victory Villa,
Seminary View,Mangalore - 575 002, India.