Bronzes

Sculpting for a bronze statue requires special attention.  The durability and beauty of bronze makes it a desirable material for final sculptures, but additional steps and expense are involved in the process.  After the design of the sculpture is finalized, it is molded in-house and then sent away to be cast in bronze by a foundry.  Consideration for how the final product will appear requires alterations in technique and materials.

Pediomys, Smithsonian bronze
Triceratops, Smithsonian bronze
Eohippus and Eohomo
Xenodiscus, Smithsonian bronze
Triisodon, Smithsonian bronze
Pleuromeia, Smithsonian bronze
Tetraclaenodon, Smithsonian bronze
Prospondylus, Smithsonian bronze
Wooly mammoth bronze
Odaxosaurus, Smithsonian bronze
Conoryctes, Smithsonian bronze
Camarasaurus, Smithsonian bronze
Bronze Allosaurus forelimb
Miocidaris, Smithsonian bronze
Bronze Allosaurus hindlimb in print
Meniscoessus, Smithsonian bronze
Steropodon, Smithsonian bronze
Protungulatum, Smithsonian bronze
Conoryctes, Smithsonian bronze
Pediomys, Smithsonian bronze

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