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Materials Used: High quality steel (approx. 1/8 inch in thickness) that has either been treated with heat or various oxidizing agents to bring out the natural colors inherent in the metal. Brass and copper plating may also be used for certain scenes... Grinding, polishing, and burnishing also create various highlights and tones.
Equipment Used: Each of these sculptures is crafted by hand... using Oxygen/Acetylene, theremal-arc cutting torches, welding processes and grinders.
Handling: Handle carefully to avoid scratching pieces when unpacking or transporting... do not rub them together or lay them face down. A durable lacquer finish is applied to prevent tarnish. To clean, use a soft, damp cloth followed by a dry one. Dust with a feather duster.
Display: Incandescent lighting brings out colors not seen with daylight or a flourescent source. The wall should be light enough to contrast the colors in the sculpture. Displaying outside is not recommended unless a rust finish is desired.
Ken Scott sculptures are the forefront in craftmanship, innovative design, and creative technique. Once you see the work you'll agree, and understand our confident guarantee of satisfaction.