Cement and steel sculpture
By the artist Andrée Marcoux
Each of these cement and steel sculptures is a unique piece, neither molded nor cast and represents an average work of 140 hours each. The frame (skeleton) of the horse is made up of welded steel rods between them.
Then I fix it on a steel plate which will be heated and patinated with different acids. The cement is applied in successive layers.
The cement hardened more or less quickly giving me some time to shape the body and expression of the horse. When the horse is finished, I apply nuanced shades as well as a protective varnish.
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