What kind of clay and silicone do you use and what are some of your sculpting and painting techniques?

Most professional artists have learned and/or developed trade secrets and techniques through schooling, labor, hard knocks and lots of personal expense. It is what makes their work their own. Asking an artist exactly how he/she created his/her art is much like walking up to a magician after the show and asking him to expose his illusions.

There are a lot of great art material/instructional providers for sculptors on the net. My personal favorite is www.smooth-on.com. They sell sculpting materials and instructional DVDs for nearly all of their products. These materials can then be tweaked and manipulated by the artist to achieve his/her own personal best.
    

Do you have any words of advice for the aspiring artist?


• Always copyright your work www.copyright.gov.
• Whether working for/with a company, agent, associate or friend always get all agreements in writing.
• Try to get as much exposure as you can to new materials and techniques through your school, workplace, the net, books, and DVDs.
• Pick a duck. Rather than spreading yourself too thin, choose an area of focus and explore that avenue.


How can I tell which of your sculptures are available for sale?

Tom Kuebler  with work in progress

At any given time, my sculptures may be located in various different galleries, exhibitions, in my studio or on eBay. The availability status of my artwork can change frequently. For information about currently available sculptures or to discuss a potential commission, please email specifics to tom@thomaskuebler.com


Where can I find your work?

Current exhibitions are listed on my News page.


 

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