February 9, 2016
We took a moment of our time to share you another passion of our head dentist German Arzate: sculpturing. We were curious to ask him about his new art exhibition in New York, so we ask him a few questions about the sculptures the he creates. This time we didn’t talk a lot about snap in dentures or anything to do with cosmetic dentistry and we focused on his sculptures. Here we want to share you a bit about what he told us.
“I love to be a dentist and perform one of my favorite procedures: Snap in dentures, but I also enjoy doing sculpture.”
He told us he discovered his passion for sculpture since he was 7 years old, since that time he has been creating many sculptures. As a kid he started creating monsters with his huge imagination and with the years, he has managed to be an important sculptor exhibiting his work in Mexico City several times and now with the chance of being part of an exhibition in Agora Gallery in New York. You can check German Arzate’s Sculptures here, or you can check Agora Gallery’s website here, to see the dates and the other artist that will be joining German Arzate’s sculptures.
“I’ve practiced it since I was seven, I started sculpting monsters”
He told us the time he spends from imagining a sculpture to finish it varies a lot; depends on the materials you use and the size of the sculpture. He told us that to create an sculpture made of bronze he could spend approximately a month as a minimum time, as it requires a lot of work sometimes it can take up to six months to finish it. One of the main reasons of it is because sometimes you see things that need to be added or removed.
We invite you to check the work our dentist German Arzate has done as a sculptor, we know you already know how good he is as a dentist in Cancun making it possible for you to bite again with snap in dentures, but now we hope you can see his work and if you live in New York or you are visiting there you can be part of this amazing exhibition.
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