After 4 years of care, thought and revisions beautiful bronze and glass light spires surround granite pillars to memorialize the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing on Boylston Street in Boston Massachusetts. Artist Pablo Eduardo, Ross Art Studio and Sincere Metalworks worked closely with the families of, Martin Richard, Lingzi Lu, and Krystle Campbell to create a proper memorial to remember the victims. (read more)
The giant plaster castings of ancient reliefs in the Harvard Semitic Museum are rejuvenated with the help of modern moldmaking materials (read more)
Reynolds – Boston customer Jeremey Oneail is back for another spotlight story. This time he has created a feature piece for the Franklin Park Zoo’s Butterfly pavilion. The featured piece shows a caterpillar climbing the length of a green leaf.
Reynolds – Boston exhibited at the Boston Comic Con, and the turnout was fantastic. The Reynolds staff demonstrated Smooth-Cast 300Q, Dragon Skin FX Pro, Skin Tite and the new Ultimate Blood Kit
Reynolds – Boston recently held their Basics of Mold Making and Casting Seminar, and the turnout was fantastic. The sold out crowd of over 30 guests were able to connect with new people who want to explore the exciting world of moldmaking and casting. Guests also were able to watch live demonstrations from our knowledgeable staff.
Reynolds Advanced Materials – Boston was at the Rhode Island Comic Con, and we had an incredible time! The Rhode Island Comic Con, known as the biggest show in the smallest state, opened its doors last weekend to con goers and exhibitors for a incredible time. The Con offered goers with an All-Star guest listing, from William Shatner all the way to Austin St. John (Red Mighty Morphin Power Ranger) and many more. (read more)
Reynolds Advanced Materials recently attended the horror/haunt convention known as the Rock and Shock Show. See our experiences below. (read more)
Reynolds Advanced Materials – Boston recently hosted a Let’s Talk About series on making on-skin wounds; on October 9, and the turnout was great. (read more)