About Frank Lloyd Wright Cow – Cowparade – Miniature
Artist Ben Braun created this cow for Cow Parade CowParade Wisconsin 2006. He got inspired by the iconic Coonley House window design. The miniature cow is now part of Cow Parade original collectibles. The figurine comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and in the NEW CowParade box. The new packaging is not only easy to open but also is a great display piece in and of itself, especially for collectors and Frank Lloyd Wright design lovers.
- Artist: Ben Braun
- Type: Ceramic
- Shape: Standing Cow
- Size: 4.2″ x 3.4″ x 1.7″ ( Mini model)
- Event: CowParade Wisconsin 2006
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About Cow Parade miniature cow fabrication process
Every six months CowParade team selects some new cows that appeared in an event somewhere around the world. Those selected become part of the CowParade herd of collectibles. This miniature cow is now one of CowParade 500 molds.
Firstly, the design team carefully models 3D clay statues using photographs of selected cows to ensure every detail is well-presented. The clay models are then used to create a production mold for each miniature cow.
Then, the molds produce clean, white Cowparade cows. A final sand-papering and dusting and the white models are ready for painting. A majority or cows are carefully hand-painted.
After the painting step, cows need a few days to dry before placing them into a low-temperature oven. Most of the time a lacquer is applied to protect the model in transit. The cow figurine is now ready to find a new and happy owner.
About Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright remains one of the most iconic American architects of all time. Wright believed in designing structures that reflected humanity and its environment. He called this philosophy organic architecture. In fact, Fallingwater exemplifies it perfectly, it “one of the most famous works of American architecture. Also, many structures including offices, churches, schools, skyscrapers, hotels, and museums show his innovation. He also designed various pieces of furniture as well as stained glass. Wright was also the author of numerous books and articles and was a popular lecturer in the United States and Europe.