British Artist Spends 3 Months To Create Intricate Frame: “Pater – 2014”

Joe Fenton is a British artist, designer, sculptor and illustrator.

He’s known for his works in monochrome using graphite, ink, acrylics, oils on paper, canvas, and others and is nothing short of an amazing artist.

In this particular piece, Fenton created an intricate frame with immense detail.

It’s named “Pater – 2014”.

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First, he uses a clay-like material to model out the frame. Using small tools, he picks away to draw out the incredibly detailed design.

The finished model is then used to create a stencil for the actual frame.

To create the actual frame itself, Fenton then uses a plaster-like material and fills in the silicone stencil.

And once again, he chips away at the frame to get every bit of small detail.

He even takes the time to create a wooden backboard for the frame, drawing the layout, cutting the wood out, and then painting over top of it.

Fenton frames his own artwork inside the beautiful frame.

The result? Nothing less than spectacular.

To see more of Joe Fenton’s artwork, be sure to check out his Facebook page and his Instagram.

Watch the 3-month long process of creating “Pater – 2014” in the short film below:


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