cold cast bronze in the making
The process of making cold cast bronze and alloy sculptures involves the mixing of 50%bronze/alloy fillings with resin . The mixture is poured into a mould made from an original marble sculpture.
Once the contents is cured the bronze edition is released from the mould where upon it is hand sanded and hand polished . The sculpture is then patinated either in an antique finish or verde patination (green ) each piece is numbered with the editions of up to 100.