MICHAEL KEROPIAN BRONZE SCULPTURE
Sculptural Process and Technique
How many people pass statuary daily without giving it a thought about how it was made? These pages are devoted for those individuals interested in the process and technique of making sculpture.
Photo above depicts Keropian chipping out Albert Wein plaster cast from a waste mold. 1987
I have added a number of topics below for your information.
Click here for info about: Creating a Relief in Clay
ClickClick here for info about: Rubber Molds (blanket style)
Click here for info about: Rubber Paint Molds
Click here for info about: Plaster Shell Building and Mother-Molds: Coming Soon!
Click here for info about: Plaster Casting and Waste-Molds: Coming Soon!
Click here for info about: Epoxy Resin Casting
CClick here for info about: Cold-Cast Bronze vs Hot-Cast Bronze
Click here for info about: Bronze Casting, Lost Wax Casting: Coming Soon!
Click here for info about: Enlarging and Reducing Sculpture, Pantograph
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MICHAEL KEROPIAN
392 Gipsy Trail Road
Carmel, New York 10512 USA
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