Monday, 12 November 2012

Studio Shots

Working on a wax cast for the artist Taline Iskedjian                     Copyright  Art  Di Lella 2012
Detail  of  Homo Erectus LTB         Copyright   Art  Di Lella  2012
Small silicone moulds for compression casting         Copyright   Art  Di Lella 2012
Random stuff          Copyright    Art  Di Lella 2012
Wax Cast of  Armenian Dancer by Talene Iskedjian             Copyright  Art Di Lella 2012
LTB under revision               Copyright   Art Di Lella 2012      Photo credits   Barbara Di Lella
Barbara came into the studio this morning and did a series of random shots of some of the different projects that I'm engaged. It gives a small glimpse of how I work. It's a process of going back and forth working on several things at once, adjusting LTB then switching to Taline's sculptures, afterwards working on a retail display then back to making several little silicone moulds and so on. It's extremely rare that I'm able to work on one piece at a time because many of my clients don't come at predictable intervals and also their projects vary so much that many of the tasks involved aren't replicated from job to job.  It certainly isn't boring.

Anyway, I should be back at the end of this week. Have a great work week. Cheers.


  1. Hi, Its really wonder full art. How many days it will take to learn Hyper Realism Silicone ? I am very much impressed and interested....

  2. Thank you for the compliment. I'm not quite sure I understand your question. If you mean how much time did it take to learn how to sculpt in the Hyper Realism style?
    I guess the simple answer is: years
    If your question is : How long does it take to create a Hyper realistic sculpture?
    The answer is : It depends upon the subject but in general from a few months to a year.
    I hope I've answered your question.