Process To Make Bronze Art
Last Update: 11/30/2009

The bronze sculpture being created is my commissioned work - Tucson High Mascot - The Badger


My Bronze Sculpture process is explained below.

Unlike many sculptors, a hallmark of Paul's work is his direct personal involvement in every aspect of the bronze casting process, from the clay design, waxwork, to the finishing touches of the bronze piece. Paul does all the fabrication of his steel and bronze sculptures. He invites and encourages the patron to participate in all aspects of the process. His sculptures are personally guaranteed for quality workmanship.

Paul's goal is exceptional art resulting in overall customer satisfaction.

The following is the process Paul used to create the Bronze Badger Sculpture commissioned by the Tucson High School Students, Class of 2007, as their graduation gift to the school.

Copyright Michael E. Fox


Research Subject Of Project - A Badger For School Mascot

Sketch Possibilities For Project Committee To Consider For A Commission

Create 8 Inch Tall Clay Maquette Prep For Laser Scan Laser Scan To Full Size

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