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Sculpting in Copper (Basics of Sculpture) Paperback – 14 Feb 2013
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About the Author
Jim Pratt is an amateur photographer; a forest research scientist by profession, he has made a photographic record of much of Sue's work over the past 25 years.
Sue White-Oakes trained as an industrial designer before taking up sculpture and painting in 1975. She now sculpts in copper using a process akin to silversmithing, and has a passion for representing animal forms in her chosen medium. She exhibits widely and her sculptures are featured in private collections around the world. Her work can be seen at the Lost Gallery in Strathdon, Aberdeenshire.
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Assuming that one knows nothing about the subject, the author takes the reader through the necessary steps to work in copper with the minimum of fuss and the maximum of clarity. Any necessary technical data is explained in simple terms and at the same time nothing is left to chance as it progresses through a series of projects of increasing complexity.
The tools and processes needed for each task are clearly illustrated and the photographs of finished creations show just how pleasing the results can be.
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