The sculptures of Buddha statues we have seen are mostly cast copper, stone or glass steel. Buddha sculptures made of stainless steel are relatively rare. What we bring to you today is a set of stainless steel sculpture sculpture designs that combine modern industrial elements with Buddha statues to present them. Out of novel artistic effects.
The image of Buddha. In a broad sense, it includes Bodhisattva, Arhat, King Ming, etc. Although there are two types of sculptures, portraits (painted images), only sculptures are called Buddha images, and portraits are called images. In ancient India, it was considered that carving Buddha statues was a sacred thing. Therefore, the ancient carvings such as Shan Qi (Vatican Sa ^ nchi ^) only stop at symbolizing the Buddha with marks such as Dharma, Bodhi tree, and Buddha footprint. Later, with the rise of Mahayana Buddhism, the carving of Buddha images began to prevail, so there are many records of the Mahayana classics about the cause of the statue and its merit.
Stainless steel sculptures are common urban sculptures. Stainless steel is resistant to corrosion by weakly corrosive media such as air, steam, and water, and chemically aggressive media such as acid, alkali, and salt. Because stainless steel sculptures have many advantages, many urban sculptures use stainless steel as the material.
In fact, the stainless steel Buddha sculpture design finally presents a silver-like effect. In addition to stainless steel, this kind of silver-like effect can also be achieved by copper. This silver-like metal is a substitute for the rare precious metal silver. It uses pure copper as the main raw material and changes the metallographic structure of copper metal through alloying treatment. It has similar thermal conductivity and electrical conductivity to pure silver, has a beautiful silver-white appearance and excellent cold and hot spreading properties.