Sculpture is the art of creating three-dimensional work—be it representative or abstract. Stone, wood, clay, metal, glass, plaster, fiber, and plastic are the materials commonly associated with sculpture. These materials may be manipulated using techniques including carving, modeling, firing, welding, weaving, casting, or assembly. Sculptural processes include the addition of material (as in building up lumps of clay) or the removal of material (as in carving stone using a chisel). This artistry was traditionally done by hand with the assistance of specialized tools.

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Digital Sculpture as Narrative Art

Ronald T. Labaco

Marcia Docter Curator

The Museum of Arts and Design

Lucas Museum of Narrative Art