I've sculpted another virtual sculpture in ZBrush - this time an abstract female torso (above). I'm trying a new medium to realize a real sculpture in 3D printed bronzed steel. After creating this sculpture virtually, I've sent the file to Shapeways, a 3D
I finished carving one of my abstract female torsos in limestone that I had roughed out using a CNC machine (right on photos above and below). I left one of the two CNC carves as is, so I can show
I got an email from a new prospective collector last month, asking after my Female Torso sculpture. Nicola made an appointment to visit the gallery during his stay in Vancouver for a tech conference. He is the owner of Securcube,
This is another sculpture (left) that was inspired by another artist’s work - this time by Frank Zeilder. I was first introduced to painter Frank Ziedler at a group show at the CityScape Arts Space in North Vancouver several years ago.
After 17 years, “Coy Glance” has finally found a home. Sometimes an artist has to wait a while before the right patron comes along. I carved the sculpture in 1995 and Peter Bentley, then President and CEO of Canfor Corp., unveiled