Variety of Choices, is what I bring to the table. You must have resources immediately available, to have capabilities for any type of sensible production schedule. You should be able to look at your art project and be proud of it, yet continue to be curious.
The best way to keep a client happy is to have a reliable team of people behind me. I have accumulated valuable relationships in supply chain distributors and manufacturers.
Which process to select for which project is one of the most important things an artist needs to know. With me, you may have a selection of multiple or various processes for production. One application may need to be fabricated, or another Sand cast, or another Shell cast, or another cut into stone. Each dependent on the quality and cost for the project. I have a firm grasp on who will provide me with the best quality and cost for service.
The sad truth is; too often I have seen many expert people make poor decisions in the process selection. Spending multiple thousands of dollars where I could have shown them literally how to do something for pennies on the Dollar! The wrong decision will cost you plenty, but none more so than you will pay for it every-time you look at it!
I have years of relationships with Industry, both supply side and manufacturing side. I have the experience that will help you decide the correct process for your project. From supply chain to proven individuals that will succeed in your project. These relationships are tied with a great respect for many individuals I know spread across our nation, and in Europe.
I have been published in North American metal Fabricators and National Geographic.
Project Design & Management
- Civic Organizations
- Clay Modeling
- Sculpture Carving
- Sand Casting
- Shell Casting
- Ludo Casting
- Marble Casting
- Marble Carving
- Granite Carving
- Stone Pointing
- Stone Quarries
- Stone Mills
- Metal Fabrication
- Metal Suppliers
- Tool Manufacturers
- 20 times cheaper to sand-cast than to investment cast.
- Ludo casting vs Shell Casting; pros & cons of each.
- Less expensive to have your stone carved than cast in stone.
- Less expensive to have your stone carved in Italy than China.