Fiberglass sculpture is a finished type of sculpture, which has the characteristics of light weight, corrosion resistance and low cost. Also known as FRP, scientifically known as fiber reinforced plastic, it is called Fiberglass in China. A composite material composed of synthetic resin as a matrix material and glass fiber and its products as a reinforcing material.
The manufacturing process of Fiberglass sculpture: Before the finished product is manufactured, the product to be manufactured is shaped into the corresponding product with specific mud materials. After the clay plastic draft is completed, the gypsum outer mold is turned. The combination) is applied inside the outer mold. After it is dry, open the outer mold and go through the mold clamping process to obtain the finished product of Fiberglass sculpture. However, Fiberglass sculptures also have the disadvantages of being easily deformed and fragile.
According to the understanding of the creative sculpture company, as the city pays more attention to cultural connotation, a kind of interesting glass and steel sculptures based on culture and life appear more and more in public places, becoming a bright spot in urban decoration.
The development of Fiberglass sculpture art abroad has also begun slowly. In the mid-to-late 1890s, Minner created a highly stylized figure sculpture of glass steel reinforced plastic sculptures that was thin and pity, which became the most typical expression of Belgian decadent art. Such works of art are sought after by many people, including the symbolist poets Amel Verhallen and Maurice Mettlenck (Minner once illustrated his “Conservatory” in 1889), Fiberglass Sculpture art nouveau architect and designer Henry van de Velde, critic and art dealer Julius Meier-Graefe. With the use of a large number of illustrated art magazines at the time, as well as exhibitions in Vienna, Berlin, Venice, and other places, Minner gained international popularity and had a considerable impact on art at the time and later.