Kirsty Armstrong Sculpture - latest work
I’ve been a sculptor for more than 30 years. This board shows some of my latest work, including my own pieces as well as commissions. Kirsty Armstrong…
Details of the sculpting in wax and the bronze making of the Max the miracle dog statue by sculptor Kirsty Armstrong. The bronze was moulded and cast by Aron McCartney of the Mc@rt Studios, Barnard Castle. The finished statue is mounted on a Honister slate bench and is sited in Hope park, Keswick; in the heart of the English Lake district.
Springer Spaniel (Max the miracle dog) statue. This is one of my latest sculpture commissions; it was sculpted in wax over a rigid armature before being cast in bronze. The project was publicly funded and the statue is now sited in Hope park, Keswick, in the heart of the English Lake District. The bronze was cast by Aron McCartney of the McArt Studios in Barnard Castle, and it is mounted on a slate bench produced by the Honister Slate mine. #sculpture #springerspanielart #animalart #dogstatue
Head shot of a Springer Spaniel sculpture before it was cast in bronze. This is a life size sculpture of the whole sitting dog sculpted in wax. The finished bronze of ‘Max the miracle dog’ is now sited in Hope Park, Keswick in the north of the UK. By Kirsty Armstrong Sculpture.
This is part of a commissioned piece for REBOR (a collectibles figurine producing company). This Smilodon figure has two interchangable heads; one open mouthed and one closed. This is the original sculpt in modelling wax over a hard resin body. Kirsty Armstrong Sculpture. #traditionalsculptor #sculpture #smilodon