Posts Tagged ‘Nautilus’

Modular “Méduse”, ready for patina…

Created by combining three of the same mold-sections from my Nautilus sculpture, Méduse is my first modular-design bronze sculpture. I’ve made modular works previously, but only by manipulating parts from much smaller sculptures and jewelry designs (using Balloon, L’iguane, horses etc.). Double-Kimbra, a sterling silver choker, was the first true effort completed about a decade […]

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BIG Bronze, Some Coffee & One Confused Bat

ArtinjectionNorth/Day 153…4? Lately I’ve noticed that before I go to bed I’m already looking forward to turning on the coffee machine. It’s not that I don’t like sleeping (or dreaming), but I have so much stuff going on in the studio these days that I can’t seem to get everything done quickly enough. Not that […]

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Nude NAUTILUS (pre-patina)

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NAUTILUS Enlargement Commission, in-progress photos

Mix of studio & foundry shots:

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RAPTOR Rising Grant Project Update: Phase 1~Molding!

Raptor is currently at Sculpture House Casting where it will be cut into 3-4 pieces (with surgical precision) for molding. I plan to pour the first wax by mid-May, and prepare it for casting in bronze at Polich-Tallix by June (ish). Likely I will cast two versions of Raptor at the same time, or one […]

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