Cold Cast Bronze Casting


Brad Ham prefers to sculpt in wood because he “appreciates its organic, living and relational qualities.” A silicon and plaster mold is made of the original and a cold-cast bronze process is then used to create these limited edition pieces.

St. Hubert Studios has adopted the cold-cast process of bronze casting for several reasons. First, the bronze can be applied in less than 1/4" thickness, creating a hollow and light-weight sculpture capable of being hung on a contemporary sheet rock wall. Second, the cold-cast process is a fraction of the cost of the traditional “lost wax” bronze casting. However, if you or your client would prefer a lost wax rendering St. Huber Studios can provide this service (please note, the cost and time difference is significant).


 





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