I’m very excited to share with you my new range of bronze resin animal sculptures. If you’ve not encountered bronze resin before, read on. I’ll explain the process and introduce you to my first bronze resin animal sculptures.
The process of casting bronze resin involves blending bronze powder with epoxy resin to produce a material which is applied to the interior of a silicone mould. A sculpture cast in bronze resin has a similar look and feel to traditional bronze, with its distinctive burnished finish, and shows amazing detail. It is also significantly more affordable than the traditional method of casting and hand finishing molten metal, which is a very expensive and time consuming process.
As you would expect, I take the same care over my bronze resin sculptures as I do with all my animal sculptures. They are meticulously modelled and I monitor the production process very carefully to ensure they meet my exacting standards. I have to say I’m delighted with the results and I’m very pleased to be able to offer my clients a relatively affordable introduction into the world of bronze animal sculptures.
Of course, one of the big attractions of bronze, including my new bronze resin animal sculptures, is they can be kept outside and displayed in the garden. I’m very excited about the possibilities this opens up. I love the idea of walking through a garden and coming across a fox crouching on some steps or spotting a hare sitting on a wall.
I plan to release a range of animal sculptures in bronze resin. The first releases, in limited editions of just 25 pieces each, include:
Hare on its Haunches 50cm high.
Lying Hare 50cm long.
Sitting Hare 40x45cm.
These pieces are available to order now at £1200 each. Please contact me to find out more and to order.