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Archive for April 2013

“Garden Reverie” Bronze with Blue-Green Dress

My favorite patinas are usually ones that show the quality of the bronze metal in all it’s glowing glory.  Some sculptures look best with an opaque patina and some look great with a bronze patina.  I happen to favor Garden Reverie in bronze patina, with color on her dress and flower etc..

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Archive for April 2013

“Garden Reverie”  Finished in Bronze!

Hi everyone,

Finally have some pics to share with you of Garden Reverie in monochrome.  The patina is called a pastel patina, meaning that a white base is used and then color is slowly built up upon that.  I wanted her to look warm and soft so we used warm colors of rosy salmon, tan, off-white and grey.

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Archive for April 2013

Garden Reverie Sculpture #9

Sculpting flowers is something I really enjoy doing.  Adding one to my garden lady seemed like a great  thing to do.   (See finished clay pics and promotion and bronze photos)

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Archive for April 2013

Parks Bronze Foundry

What a wonderful time I had going to my new foundry, Parks Bronze, in Enterprise, Oregon.  Want to share my foundry experience with you along with photos of Enterprise and the nearby town of Joseph (5 miles away).

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Archive for April 2013

Garden Reverie Sculpture #8

Once again, refining her figure is what I’ll be showing today but this time for her legs.  Keeping in mind the shape of the bones, such as in the knee, is important.  There are many complex features to a knee.  Two large bones join there and then a knee cap and tendons, muscle and fat all play a part. 

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