The Eckman Method of Fine Art Cast Paper Sculpture

The Dane G. Hansen Memorial Museum is pleased to present “The Eckman Method® of Fine Art Cast Paper Sculpture” on August 16, 2013 through October 6, 2013.

Patty and Allen Eckman have been creating wonderful, high-detail works in their handmade, acid-free cast paper sculpture since 1988. They have become internationally recognized as not only masters in the medium, but at this time, the sole masters. The Eckman’s have shared their work with millions of art enthusiasts over the years.learn_hawaiian

 Patty & Allen Eckman both have done a series of signed and numbered limited edition pieces. All are really limited edition originals, as each piece requires hands on sculpting.

 The Eckman’s have developed a revolutionary process that allows the artists to turn their museum quality paper creations into bronze, while retaining the archival paper (in its original state). This process is only available through Eckman Fine Art. No other artists or foundry in the world knows how to do this.

 Museum Hours are M-F 9-12 & 1-4; Sat. 9-12 & 1-5; Sun. & Holidays 1-5. We are handicapped accessible and there is never an admission fee. For more information contact Nova at 785-689-4846 or check out our web at www. hansenmuseum.org.

The Eckman Method of Fine Art Cast Paper Sculpture

The Dane G. Hansen Memorial Museum is pleased to present “The Eckman Method® of Fine Art Cast Paper Sculpture” on August 16, 2013 through October 6, 2013.

Patty and Allen Eckman have been creating wonderful, high-detail works in their handmade, acid-free cast paper sculpture since 1988. They have become internationally recognized as not only masters in the medium, but at this time, the sole masters. The Eckman’s have shared their work with millions of art enthusiasts over the years.learn_hawaiian

 Patty & Allen Eckman both have done a series of signed and numbered limited edition pieces. All are really limited edition originals, as each piece requires hands on sculpting.

 The Eckman’s have developed a revolutionary process that allows the artists to turn their museum quality paper creations into bronze, while retaining the archival paper (in its original state). This process is only available through Eckman Fine Art. No other artists or foundry in the world knows how to do this.

 Museum Hours are M-F 9-12 & 1-4; Sat. 9-12 & 1-5; Sun. & Holidays 1-5. We are handicapped accessible and there is never an admission fee. For more information contact Nova at 785-689-4846 or check out our web at www. hansenmuseum.org.