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Iconic Lion at the Steps of the Art Institute of Chicago (south)

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I am honored to be Artist-In-Residence at the Art Institute of Chicago. Between now and the end of June 2014 i'll be working on a new body of work in the Ryan Education Center; and giving demonstrations in 3D printing, scanning and modeling.

To celebrate the start of the residency I decided to scan and publish the second Lion by Edward Kemeys that guards the front steps to AIC on Michigan Avenue. In the summer of 2012 i scanned and published the north Lion and have since used this scan in many of my 3D printed art works.

Today I am uploading the second Lion - who guards the south end of the entrance - i'll be working on making a number of pieces with both of the Lions over the next couple of months and integrating them into the demonstrations and workshops.

Edward Kemeys

American, 1843-1907

Lions (a pair), 1893

Bronze with green patina

261.7 x 114.2 x 287 cm (103 x 45 x 113 in.)

Gift of Mrs. Henry Field, 1893.1a-b

® The Art Institute of Chicago

American Art

Michigan Avenue entrance/steps

http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/artwork/656?search_no=1&index=0

http://www.artic.edu/event/artist-residence-3-d-printing-tom-burtonwood

  • 3D model format: STL

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