Sculpturing is an especially fitting genre to express feelings that can no longer be described with words. Of course, sculptures are also appropriate to set a memory of the people who, with their lives or work, have left their mark on our world.
As far as I am concerned, when a sculptor makes a portrait of a renowned person, their work has to give back the personality, individuality and charm of the model in a dignified manner that faithfully reflects reality. I strive to not make my sculptures as divisive as I have seen so many times before with the change of genres and styles over the centuries.
The customer outlines the idea for the statue, and we take a look at the location.
We plan the ordered work in drawing, then after a consultation a model is made in the same scale as the final piece.
If the design is approved, the patterning of the work begins and, if necessary, the creation of a pedestal. After approval, a negative is made in which the final material is cast.
Our team delivers and installs the work on site.