3D DESIGN - UTSA SCULPTURE

3D DESIGN - UTSA SCULPTURE - Prof. Hollenback 3D Design...

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Prof. Hollenback – 3D Design Fiesta Dancers In San Antonio, Texas there is a branch of The University of Texas called The University of Texas at San Antonio. At this University there sits a moment in time in the form of a sculpture. At that particular moment in time the year could have been any year, this is not clear. All that is apparent is two humans; a male and female, appear to be dancing. They appear to be dancing in colorful clothing. This sculpture was created by a man named Luis Jimenez who is from Hondo, New Mexico. The name of the sculpture is Fiesta Dancers . The time period of production was 1960’s to present day; possibly 1996. Jimenez used fiberglass to make a cast of his sculpture and colored the outside very brightly and flamboyantly. At the present time Fiesta Dancers rests to the side of the University Center at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Luis Jimenez possesses a cryptive style when it comes to sculpture. The basic elements of this structure are rich and vibrant. Jimenez brought out his
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This note was uploaded on 06/04/2008 for the course ART 3d Design taught by Professor Hollenback during the Spring '05 term at Texas San Antonio.

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