Design and Architecture

Creative sculptures, forged from the "fragments of civilization"

Agricultural tools, forks, spoons, other kitchen utensils, other metal products that are morally or physically outdated are scrapped, that is what the talented US sculptor John Lopez makes his masterpieces. At the beginning, a master from South Dakota specialized in creating bronze sculptures, but quickly realized that this was not the only material for creativity. Today, creative sculpture, forged from the “wreckage of civilization”, can be found in museums and private collections throughout the country.

In the priority of John Lopez animals. He willingly copies animals and birds of certain breeds, not forgetting to concentrate on the details. His sculptures have an unusual texture and literally assembled on cogs, like a designer. No less striking is the fact that representatives of the animal world are made in natural growth.

The sculptor forges, polishes, polishes until he reaches perfection. Not only single figures come out from under his hands, but also complex sculptural compositions, dynamic, textured, detailed, as if ready to come to life.

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#mobridgetiger #tiger #tigersculpture #stripes #sculpture #sculpting #claysculpting

Posted by John Lopez (@johnlopezstudio) Nov 17 2018 at 1:21 PST

All master sculptures are born in a creative workshop, and only then transported to the installation site.

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Posted by John Lopez (@johnlopezstudio) 24 Sep 2018 at 3:43 PDT

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#shoppeacock #sculpturegarden #thingstodoonacolday

Posted by John Lopez (@johnlopezstudio) Jan 30, 2019 at 8:50 am PST

Creativity John Lopez is gaining momentum. His works are known far beyond the borders of the country, they never cease to amaze and delight. So there is still a lot of interesting ahead of us.