Design and inspiration
Before the chisel touches the marble, the sculptor sketches and designs the marble aphrodite statue. Inspiration comes from classical Greek and Roman art, as well as the sculptor’s own interpretation and vision. The design phase is a crucial step, with every curve and detail carefully planned to evoke the ethereal beauty of the goddess.
Choose the right marble
The journey begins with a carefully selected marble. Not all marble is created equal and our craftsmen carefully select the best marble that meets project specifications. The choice of marble plays a vital role in determining the appearance of the final sculpture, as its color, texture, and grain are inherent characteristics of the piece.
After the design was completed, the marble block underwent its first transformation. The rough carving stage begins when the sculptor uses large chisels and mallets to shape the marble into a rough approximation of the final sculpture. It is a physically demanding process that requires precision and a deep understanding of the gemstone’s properties.
Once the rough shape is complete, the sculptor moves on to finer tools, such as files and sandpaper, to refine the sculpture’s shape and eliminate imperfections. Every silhouette and feature has been crafted to reflect the elegance and elegance of Aphrodite. This stage requires great patience and a keen eye for detail. The face is undoubtedly the most fascinating part of the marble aphrodite statue. The sculptor paid special attention to the shaping of facial features, including calm expression, elegant eyes, and flowing hair. Each stroke of the sculptor’s tool breathes life into the stone, bringing the goddess to life.