A term used to describe a visual art practice that employs three dimensions. Sculptures can be made of any material however quite often you will find wood, bronze, clay, marble, ceramic, metal and paper as the medium of choice. Sculptures can be free-standing, meaning you can walk or move around them for 360 degrees or they can be relief, meaning an image was carved on a two-dimensional surface. A relief is only partly attached to a background surface. Sculpture is one of the oldest, most durable forms of artistic expression.
Modern bronze is an alloy composed of mostly 88% copper and 12% tin. The metal alloy has been used since antiquity for cast metal sculpture and remains the most popular medium for sculpture. Emillions artist, Shray, considers bronze a demanding material, due to its permanence and its long use throughout history.
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Shray was born in Lynchburg, Virginia and grew up in Denver, Co. and San Francisco, Ca. Her mother, an artist and father an actor, inspired in her a love for art. She attended the SF Art Institute and the Academy of Art in SF on full scholarships. Patrick Haberman, a teacher, at the Academy of […]