Sculptures are created using various materials such as fiberglass resin, bronze among many others. Resin has majorly been used in casting of sculptures. Resin is flexible and has the ability to retain the original and finest details of the object being sculpted and weighs less than other materials. Following is a list of the well-known resin sculptures made by Lee from Emonili
Resin Horse Sculpture
The resin horse sculptors were created by Patricia Crane, an equine sculptor. These horse sculptures are placed in many museums all over the world. The horses are an expression of important values in life and heart.
The sculpture was designed by John Gianotti. The remains of this dinosaur were first discovered in a local marl pit in 1858. The sculpture was the first ever casting of this dinosaur to be made and is found in Borough, New Jersey.
Mother and Child Sculpture
The mother and child sculpture was first cast by Perryn Buttler; a Welsh sculptor based in Haverford west, United Kingdom. The sculpture is made of a combination of bronze and resin. This art work is a representation of strong connections that exists between the mother and the child.
The Art of Giving Sculpture
The sculpture was created by Michael Alfano. It helped in the raising of funds as donations for local and national charities.
Ron Muecks Human Sculptures
Ron Muecks was a London based photo realistic artist who made human sculptures using fibre glass resin. His most famous human sculpture was that of his dead father represented in a small, naked body, in 1997. His other human sculpture that is well known is the crouching boy.
Riusuke Fukahori Sculptures
Riusuke is a renowned sculptor who majorly uses resin in his casts. One of his sculptures is that of a 3 dimensional goldfish. The gold fish are then painted on resin, layer per layer. The purpose of using these layers of resin is to slowly bring the sculptures to live and portray reality.
Hyper Realistic Sam Jinks Human Sculptors
Sam Jinks has created human sculptures using resin that are extremely hyper realistic. His works on human sculptures are based on emotional vulnerability by moving his audience. His works also represent a combination of different stages in life.
German shorthaired pointer Resin
This sculpture was designed by David Geenty using a mixture of resin and bronze. The sculpture is 19cm tall, a breadth of 21 cm and a weight of 0.85 kilos. At its base, are small soft pads which play a key role in protecting the sculpture from damage. It also contains the sculptor’s signature for authenticity.
Seung Yul Oh is a sculptor who has created many Korean noodle soup sculptures using resin, epoxy, steel and aluminum. His work is however, exaggerated in that there are extending noodles from the bowl, 12 feet into space. There is also a pair of floating chopsticks.
Atta Boys Sculpture
These sculptures were created by a German based artist, Gregor Gaida. They are a representation of human emotion and aggressiveness. They are cast as though scratching a straight line of chalk into the floor. They have mirror imagery.