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Crazy Girls Monument

by Michael Conine
Bronze

About the sculpture, my wife is my helper. We did each girl in three pieces, legs up to mid-thigh, bottom to about the middle of the back, and head and sholders. We wrapped the hair in plastic wrap. The alginate molds were cast in Hydrocal... After they were shipped back to Santa Fe, the pieces were fit back together and mounted on supporting boards. The hair was sculpted in clay and rubber molds were made. The molds were used to create wax positives that were then used to cast bronze. After about 5 months of work the finished bronze weighed in at 1540 pounds.

face cast

by graham bate
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partial face cast and experimental paint finish

hand

by graham bate
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gypsum hand with cast metal decoration mounted on black background.

FrankenFairy

by Neal Anderson
Paper Mache mask

its kinda a double nosed aquatic fairy lol very imaginative thing big ears and was made from my face actually then built extra exagerated features as my imagination took me lol was a lot of fun though

Florbela Barbosa

by bottelho
Fiber Glass mix

fractal soft relief

Calan Haf

by Tony Meadows
Acrylic patinated Gypsum

The tradition of maypole dancing celebrates the ties between joy and love of life with the warming earth and brightening sky. Tied together by the maypole ribbons, the lust and laughter of the dancers and the beat of the dance, the joys of summer return. All suffused by the heady scent of the may blossom.