I have studied oil painting for most of my life, far longer than I have been sculpting.
Sculpting the base for a Charro Saddle
Well, a few weeks have passed since my last post, where I discussed the challenge of sculpting the base for my current project; a Charro Saddle.
Darwin’s Art Photography Tips
Basic rules of Art Photography- Photographing your art or products It is pretty exciting, your work can now be seen instantly by millions of people, all around the world with a few simple mouse clicks.
Sculpting a Charro Saddle
Many first generation Anglo Cowboys had missing thumbs. Often they were unable to rope their steer, wind the rope around the saddle horn and then remove their hand before the animal pulled tight. Consequently they lost their thumb. Mexican horsemen didn’t have this problem with the saddle of the Charro. It has a wide horn […]
Darwin’s Wooden Wagon Sculptures
Darwin produces miniature wooden wagon sculptures that are exact replica’s of the originals. He carves every detail into these miniature works or art to exact scale. Even if there is a spring coming out of the torn seat, it is in the sculpture. The sculpture to the left is titled Resting in Redrock. Another one […]