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Sculpture – Silver Wolf Art
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Sculpture

Scorpion

The Scorpion was the first jointed sculpture I made.  Growing up in desert climates, I’ve noted that most animals have spines and have a unique look to them.  I wanted to exaggerate that look while playing with the concept that the exoskeleton is like a suit of armor.  This allowed me to incorporate some armor designs.  The Scorpion is fully articulating.  I enjoy mechanisms and wanted it to be more than just a solid sculpture.  I wanted to be able to interact with it and do different poses with it.  The scorpion incorporates hollow forming, fold forming 4 different hinges, piercing, clasps, and forming, along with several other advanced techniques. 

The Scorpion is made out of copper and brass, and measures  7.5’’, 6’’, 2.5’’

Yellow Jacket

The Scorpion was the first jointed sculpture I made.  Growing up in desert climates, I’ve noted that most animals have spines and have a unique look to them.  I wanted to exaggerate that look while playing with the concept that the exoskeleton is like a suit of armor.  This allowed me to incorporate some armor designs.  The Scorpion is fully articulating.  I enjoy mechanisms and wanted it to be more than just a solid sculpture.  I wanted to be able to interact with it and do different poses with it.  The scorpion incorporates hollow forming, fold forming 4 different hinges, piercing, clasps, and forming, along with several other advanced techniques. 

The Scorpion is made out of copper and brass, and measures  7.5’’, 6’’, 2.5’’

Praying MantIS

With the Praying Mantis I wanted to make a 3rd sculpture in the collection. I had a hard time deciding.  I eventually ended up with the paying mantis because I wanted the challenge and use techniques that I did not use in the other 2 sculptures. The structure of the praying mantis allowed me to incorporate spiculum forming combined with fold forming.  the other unique design is making the claws move like the real insect.   Hollow forming the head was fun while incorporating the vent holes in the design.  This piece is fully articulating with opening wings. the other techniques I used was Forming, hollow construction, soldered and cold connecting, and embossing.

The Praying mantis is made out of Copper and Brass and
 measurements, 9.25’’, 5.5’’, 3.5’

Lobster

The Lobster started out as a joke by making a lobster tail using the lobster tail technique.  The technique is taking strips of metal and riveting them to a piece of leather making sure they over lap.  The other technique I used was blistering the copper to add the rough look of a lobster.  Because lobsters are brown, I decided to use a light liver of sulpher patina on it to help turn it brown.

In the
Spotlight

In the Spotlight was my answer to a class assignment. The assignment was to make a box based on fear.  The fear I chose was stage fright.   This project was displayed Harry Wood Gallery at ASU.

Shark Cage

The Shark cage was my answer to a problem.  The problem was that I had a lot of small pieces that needed to be pickled and they did not weigh enough to sink the little plastic cup I was using.  I also was pickling odd shaped pieces and tubes that did not fit in the cup.   To create the cage, I fold formed all the bars and pierced out the space in between.  To keep the small pieces from falling out I left the bottom and the first row solid and drilled holes instead of piercing them out.  The other feature is the chain, which allows me to get the cage out of the pickle with out fishing for it.

Corsair Cuff

The Corsair Cuff was one of my first projects as an undergrad.  The assignment was to make a cuff using hammer textures, and cold connect, and had to have one moving part.

V8 garage

The V8 Garage was designed to hold a toy car. It features mechanisms.  It has a lid that can also function as a ramp.  The other main feature is a working lift that can lower the car for storage or raise it up for display.

The materials used are Copper Brass, and Nickle.

Neon Beetle

The Neon Beetle is a single electrode neon with mercury making the light blue that fades to to red. I enjoyed learning to work with glass.

Neon Shark

I decided on a shark because sharks have a very distinctive silhouette.  For the background, I decided on acrylic for its reflective surface. Acrylic also allows you to create a cool effect when you paint the back side of it.  Because its a shark, I added a iron cage that is brazed together and panted black in order to stand out without being to distracting.

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