Utilizing a thin concrete overlay, we can reface old, ugly, or outdated concrete/block surfaces and turn them into beautiful features.
Aquarium inserts/backdrops and elements such as lightweight fiberglass statues and fiberglass logs/rocks are featured here. We utilize fiberglass, foam, and animal-safe epoxy.
Here we have oil, acrylic, watercolor, and digital painting, as well as large and small sculptures.
We have worked closely with the Audubon Nature Institute for the past few years on some amazing projects.
Cool projects we have done at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans.
Within the Children's Discovery Garden, we sculpted the 17-foot tall "Spring Giant." This was all hand-sculpted on site. (More pictures coming soon!)
A life sized sculpture of Kosmos Spoetzl, the founder of the Spoetzl Brewery, the brewers of the famous Shiner Bock beer!
From the log sculpted out of concrete to the painted mural in the background, we built this pretty rad turn-key exhibit
An 11 foot tall red mangrove tree and sculpted sandstone rock around a shark and ray touch pool.
This exhibit in the Birmingham zoo needed a few repairs and a facelift! Using the old structure underneath, we added a more natural texture and paint job
This small exhibit was built for the Birmingham zoo. We built this exhibit entirely- from fiberglassing and sculpting the trees to building the tank itself!
After being injured, Dan Jennison decided to sculpt this rhino while recovering
One of the first busts sculpted, this was something that continued to evolve as time went on, eventually becoming Ares, The greek god of war
A few animal watercolors