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John O'Reilly  Ground up bones and porcelain dust in a series of biological sculptures

SCULPTOR: John O'Reilly ~ (Ground up bones and porcelain dust in a series of biological sculptures)

The artist let us in on the process behind his creations, which all start off as clay models. Silicone is applied by brush to the clay forms until the film reaches a 1/4-inch thickness. The mold is cut along a set of seams and reattached in a plaster mastermold for rigidity. The bone powder comes from his dog's leftovers, pulverized in the studio and added to the resin and porcelain mixture to create a translucent, off-white coloration.

Studio Visit: John O'Reilly

John O'Reilly Ground up bones and porcelain dust in a series of biological sculptures

Louise Peterson - High Five, life-size bronze

★ ✯✦⊱ ❤️ ⊰✦✯ ★ "High Five" Life-Sized Bronze Sculpture by Artist Louise Peterson ★ ✯✦⊱ ❤️ ⊰✦✯ ★

No baggies required :-)

Bronze Garden Statue Dog Sculpture photo,Details about Bronze Garden Statue Dog Sculpture Picture - Wenzhou Homey Arts Crafts Co.

Louise Peterson - Deerfly, quarter life-sized bronze edition

Gallery site for Louise Peterson, a Colorado sculptor of Great Danes and other animals.

Sarah O'Connell: Sculptures Chavant modeling clay.

work for Constructive Animal Anatomy. { I went to an exhibit with bodies donated by the owners, knowing they would be displayed as musculature--it was fascinating, and not creepy at all.

I improved the front bent knee on Steve's advice - added the bony bulge at the back.

british_longhorn_Artist Nick Bibby

Concept Modeling For Easy Clay Sculptures: – Picture : – Description by Nick Bibby -Read More –

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