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There a five-axis CNC digitally automated via computer numerical control machine was used to mill full-scale foam replicas in 6 urethane foam see Figure 4. Kreilick Conservation worked with the Digital Atelier on the construction of the foam forms and the finishing of their surfaces see Figure 5. These foam figures were then used by Metropole, Inc. In this way, new precast concrete statues were created without endangering the original limestone figures at any point in the process.
This project demonstrates a case in which 3D digital documentation provides the best and most appropriate option for a conservation project. The advantages for physical storage, long-term storage, relative ease of manipulation, accuracy, protection of original fabric, and protection of new repairs proved greater than those for more traditional methods of documentation, including 2-dimensional drawings, photographic documentation, and mold-making. So let me start out by introducing you to the Prudential lions. He was born in Vienna, Austria and he emigrated to the U. He worked on a number of notable public sculptures for major architects including Richard Morris Hunt and George B.
They were meant to signify strength and being on guard. After the building was demolished in , the lions were reinstalled in Branch Brook Park in Newark.
They have witnessed the growth of Newark from a town to a metropolis, and then for another fifty years, they sat in Branch Brook Park, where they soon became mascots for the park and importantly for us for the Park Alliance. Children played on them, vandals painted them. So here are the lions as we first met them. Their carved limestone companion sculptures depicting seated male lions with a front paw on a sphere. They are approximately seven feet tall and weigh about pounds each.
There were missing portions of their tails, teeth, claws, ears, manes, snouts, etcetera, etcetera.
It was these conditions that we were originally hired to address. Our conservation effort included treatments such as water misting, paint removal, poulticing, laser cleaning, Dutchman and things of that nature. This shift came from a desire of our client to do more to protect the original fabric and they had four goals in mind when they came to us with this; 1.
Since they were going to remain out in the public and they were going to continue to deteriorate, they wanted to have a record of them as they were now. So with these goals in mind, we came up with several options for them; 1. Add to cart. Dockery , Paperback. Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information This book the first in a series is dedicated to those who have gone the distance in promoting children to read.
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