Plaster Sculptures From A Master Plasterer
One of the most famous master plasterers in Ireland, Paul Griffin, is releasing his own line of plaster sculptures. These are in the form of a wall art that is perfect for today’s modern homes. He is responsible for handcrafting the designs of the plaster sculptures. The plaster products are also known as Stuccoettes and anyone can buy as they ship anywhere in the world. This type of art is rarely seen from commercial plasterers in Sydney as they are more focused on developing interior and exterior of commercial establishments.
This is not the first time that Paul has created plaster pieces as he had received a number of customized orders before. Due to the demand, he decided to create his own designs and transform it into plastic sculptures which are also known as stuccoettes. These art works can be hanged on the wall. The interesting fact about these 3D sculptures is that they seem to move on their own depending on the light casted and the shadows they create. Interested buyers can see an actual video of the stuccoettes on Paul’s website.
Paul Griffin is also known as the person behind Griffin Plastering, a prominent name in Ireland when it comes to plastering. They provide services in both decorative and lime plastering. He has been in the industry for two decades because his father and uncle who raised him by working as a master plasterers. His company is known for various prestigious plastering projects that is now embedded in history such as Shelbourne Hotel, National Art Gallery and Trinity College Dublin.
Paul was also a graduate of different courses like mould making course complete in Italy and a sculpturing course he took up at NCAD located in Ireland. Paul said that his plaster sculpture products can now be pre-ordered through the crowd funding website INDIEGOGO. They are able to ship anywhere in the world and they are open to partnerships with individuals, interior designers as well as architects. Each stuccoette made by Paul is unique and the perfect wall accessory. Establishments with smooth walls done by commercial plasterers in Sydney could enhance their interior with one of these plastic sculpture.