Plants and Environments

A meticulous eye for detail makes all the difference when sculpting environments.  When the sculpture is part of a live animal exhibit, safety of the materials and shapes used must be taken into account.  A believable sculpture that is also safe for interactivity can change a good exhibit into a great one.

Cutaway woodpecker nest
Stone & wood steps, tiger habitat
Pleuromeia, Smithsonian bronze
Cutaway screech owl nest
Tree surround
Mangrove trees
Mangrove trees
False stone vent cover
Sunken boat, sea otter habitat
False stone vent cover
Stone & wood steps, tiger habitat
Gulf shores, fish habitat
Sugar beet, touchable model
Hornbill habitat
Eyelash grass
Ephedra plants
Nesting area, turtle habitat
Turtle enclosure
Sunken log, sea otter habitat
Indoor cottonwood, taxidermy display
Indoor cottonwood, taxidermy display
Cottonwood bee habitat
Cottonwood bee habitat
Bee habitat detail
False rock, bear taxidermy base

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