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The Gardens of Myth

Gardens of Myth
Artist: Kendall R. Hart It was the beauty and fantasy inherit in a botanical garden that first inspired my vision for Gardens of Myth. I have worked for years installing life size dinosaur shows in such venues and my own love of mythological creatures suggested the idea. Botanical gardens so easily transport us into a world...

Building a Rock

Bonsai Tree
by Cheryl Sykora I have a really short needled, mother nature developed ponderosa pine, Pinus ponderosa, bonsai that is best shown as a semi-cascade. If everybody remembers the earlier article on ponderosa pine, short needle ponderosas grow naturally in areas of the Rockies. The ponderosa, when tipped sideways to achieve the semi-cascade, exposed a long...

Little Free Library

I'm very pleased with how the LFL turned out. The look is a close approximation of the actual Trinidad Memorial lighthouse. Applying stucco would have been messy, and harder to work with. The Apoxie was perfect!   Below are photos pre and post paint. 92 lbs of Apoxie used (yellow purchased from you, and 16 lbs...

B&B Show Classes

The 2017 Online Class Catalog is now open for browsing! Nunn Design and Apoxie Sculpt Present: Image-Under-Glass Amulet Apoxie Sculpt and Parawire Present: Infinity Ombre Mosaic Pendant   Folks can register for a Bead&Button Show badge now  (FYI: Show Badge Registration is required before you can register for classes!) ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR CLASSES Opens at...

Beaded Sculpture Game Changer

By Kiny McCarrick Hello Aves, I wanted to let you know how Apoxie Sculpt has completely changed my life. It has given me the perfect product to create my beaded sculptures. I can now sculpt and epoxy! It has been a game changer for me. I enclosed some pictures of my work using your wonderful...

What Types of Tools to Use

I mentioned something about Tools... I talked about various kinds of tools. Pictured; are the silicone rubber tipped tools that I think everyone should have when working with Aves®. They have different nibs on the ends of various shapes. I prefer to use the conical tip, or the bladed tip for scribing wrinkles in skin....

Making A Plaque, with Raised Sculpted Letters

I have always prided myself on being able to make things in Apoxie Sculpt with nice, clean and crisp lines. Now, you can too! The plaque is going to be 30” wide, by roughly 10” tall. The letters are varying sizes, but fit on an 11”X17” piece of illustration board. I made two prints of...