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Finding inspiration in Loughborough

Thanks to an invitation from Loughborough History and Heritage Network, we were invited to talk about the Your Sculpture project at their community event ‘The Future of the Past’ at Loughborough University on 21 June. 212 more words

Paul Montford’s Clay Is Still In Use

In the traditional way of making a bronze or stone sculpture a clay model on a wooden or metal armature is first made. A plaster cast is made of the clay model and the clay is pulled off the armature and reused for the next sculpture. 383 more words


My Goat on Canton Compass

All goats are assembled at the Matterhorn Mini Golf! A little blurb from the Canton Compass for some local hype here. I’ve had the process photos (and then some) sitting in my phone for the longest time. 38 more words


Sculptures in Catani Gardens

Winter is here in Melbourne but I’m thinking about the public sculptures in Catani Gardens and walking by the beach in the summer. St. Kilda was Melbourne’s first beach front suburb and has been on the decline since it was established in the gold boom era. 596 more words

Public Sculpture


Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh call their collective firm Gijs Van Vaerenbergh and have completed many projects. Reading Between the Lines is a series of churches the have built more as sculpture than specific places to worship.

Art And Design

the horse that broke the silence.

hello again. :) its been a while. too long a while, but im sure no one was counting the days. i was though. minute by minute. 255 more words