Park Forum 362
Figurines, sculptures by world famous artists such as Hiëronymus Bosch, Salvador Dali, Edgar Degas, Gustav Klimt, Amedeo Modigliani, Auguste Rodin, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.
All figurines are made of polystone and consist of crushed stone (e.g. granite, marble, soapstone) which is mixed with a liquid resin. By mixing the stone with the acrylic resin results in a pourable mixture. This mixture is poured into a rubber mold of the figurine. After curing, the figurine is removed from the mold. The sharp protrusions and edges of the figurine to be removed, it is sanded and then polished in multiple steps. After this, the figurine is hand painted, dried and re-polished. The result is a sculpture that is as hard and strong as stone and also feels so.