Minotaur

Commissioned for a prestigious private sculpture collection outside Mexico City, the mythical Minotaur half man/hall bull monster is approximately 10 feet tall, 13 feet deep, and 9.5 feet wide and weights about 1.2 tons.

The sculptor, Andy Scott, fabricated the piece at his studios - starting in Glasgow, Scotland and finishing in Philadelphia. The Minotaur took around 10 months to create, as it was sculpted by hand and eye, without the use of a computer. Once finished, it was hot-dip galvanized and then painted a bronze metallic.

Scott utilizes galvanized steel in all of his sculptures due to its coating durability. He has designed hot-dip galvanized sculptures all over the world - London, Australia, Scotland, Aberdeen, and the latest for this private collection in Mexico City.

Additional Projects

Originally galvanized and constructed in 1996, the galvanized steel has continued to stand the test of time in the oceanfront corrosive environment.
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