Prosthetic devices have been traditionally provided by artisans making armor or weapons at one moment then providing an artificial limbe the next. Over the centuries art has blended with science so today function is far more superior due to new techniques, material science and microprocessors. However, art still plays a large part of development and fabrication of prosthetic limbs.
I have taken the techniques I have learned over the years and applied them to purely artistic endeavors. Using plaster, foam and silicon rubber art can become a as realistic as you wish it to be. Sculptures can display life like appearance and wall art is three dimensional.
Sculpture of foam, plaster and silicone rubber skin. It stands nearly 9 feet tall and it's width is 5 feet and it's depth is 4 feet 6 inches.
This was inspired by Salvadore Dali's painting "Hypercubitus Crusciform".