A poison dart frog exhibit, sculpted from spray foam and concrete.
Another concrete tree, sculpted along the aquarium path.
In one of the first projects we did at the Audubon aquarium, we themed the entire outside of the Maya dive exhibit.
This piece is within an Amazon River-themed pathway. We sculpted this exhibit as a mudbank with the remains of a tree base on top. The tank is a poison dart frog exhibit, and the keepers can access it from behind the structure.
Within the Amazon River-themed pathway, this old tree's roots have "grown" over and around the exhibit, illustrating how they provide shelter for young aquatic animals.
We themed the temple's upper level with sculpted concrete block walls, columns, and vines. We sculpted and cast the entrance door handles.