Fish Sculpture Progress

fish sculpture skinningEne works with Tami Stewart to apply the first coat of concrete to the rockfish sculpture

After Kevin Cherry welded up the steel armatures for our two fish sculptures, they were hot-dip galvanized and delivered to our studio compound for final shaping and completion. We have hired our friend Tami Stewart, a Berkeley-based sculptor/artist, to help ‘skin’ the armatures with expanded metal lath and then apply layers of resin-impregnated, fiber-reinforced concrete, the substrate for a ceramic tile mosaic. Tami has been building natural science exhibits with Academy Studios for over 20 years, and we’re grateful to have her on board at this critical phase.

anchovy sculpture frame

the anchovy sculpture’s galvanized steel armature, before the metal lath skin is applied

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