“Rapid Premonitions” an exhibition of RP sculpture

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An exhibition of work created by sculptors and engineers who use RP based technology to create their forms opened this week in ArtSpace Gallery at Fresno City College.  These pioneering works show the wide variety of forms that can be created as well as an amazing array of materials that can be used.  This exhibit includes works based on both natural and mathematical forms.  Some of the work is completely computer generated where other work is based on 3D scan data or CT scans.  The materials include glass, ceramic, steel, stone, cement, plaster and even bone.

The exhibition will be on display through December 9th 2010 with a reception for the artists on Thursday December 2nd from 5-7pm.  The artists include:  Bathsheba Grossman, Ronald Cerkeuira, Dan Collins, Mark Ganter, Cynthia Handel, Bill Heiderich, Christian Lavigne,  Juliana Meire Do Valle, Mary Neubauer, Ronald Rael, Duane Storti, Eric West and Laura West.

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