Introducing unexpected new work from Tom’s studio including nonobjective Columns and a new bronze canine companion. Hope you enjoy the 2015 preview. Wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year from Corbin Bronze!

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Beginning with small maquettes (studies) and scaled drawings, Tom decides on overall form and proportion prior to sculpting the columns at full scale
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The three Columns will range from 85 – 95″H. Tom applies clay to the forms using a variety of tools and techniques
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Stripped down geometric forms are quite a departure from Tom’s figurative work. Their strong silhouettes will make for a dynamic play of light and shadow in a variety of installations
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Shown here in clay, the Columns look right at home in the Corbin Sculpture Garden

 

Tom was approached to create a special commemorative sculpture as a tribute for a beloved late daughter who was deeply involved with rescuing dogs. He researched canine anatomy and took multiple photos of a neighborhood dog who served as the perfect model

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The very patient and loving talent, Gus, posed perfectly for measurements and photos
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Once cast in bronze, the life-size pooch will be installed in a Kansas City hospital courtyard
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His gentle nature will provide welcome comfort for patients and visitors

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