The artist I chose was Mario Dilitz, who works in bronze, wood, and also impressions. I was most drawn to his life-sized wood sculptures. His biology says that he combined traditional sculpture method with technical techniques.
The wood he uses, it is noted, is laminated, because traditional wood wouldn't be able to withstand the sculpting. He lives in Austria and has been putting on shows since 2009.
I really like his wood sculptures, because the faces all have an expression, and anatomically they're very well done. They look like living people that you could touch, and their skin would be warm. They have bone bumps and places where they're chubbier, and they just look like real humans.
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