Tag: fine art

A tale of two 3D-printed sculptures

I’ve written before about how I never create exact multiples of designs, 3D printed or otherwise. It’s possible, it’s just my philosophy to always create unique artworks. That being said, I do enjoy creating variations of sculptures – something I also do with my metal works – which is how series develop. (If you go […]

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3D-printed sculpture storms Tucson

OK, maybe I went a little overboard in the headline, but I’m still really jazzed at the reception of my 3D-printed sculpture at the recent Sculpture Tucson show in, yes, Tucson, Arizona (is there another Tucson? Hmmm, I’ll have to look that up ….) The turnout at the show was incredible. Preliminary estimates say that […]

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Getting it together: connecting 3D prints

Even though I have an 8-foot-tall 3D printer that will print up to 4 feet tall, there are times I’d like to make something bigger. I have done that, as evidenced in the 5-1/2 foot tall sculpture Epic Swoon (below), which was commissioned by PriceCooperswaterhouse in Columbus, Ohio. That sculpture, the tallest 3D-printed piece I’ve […]

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