Denver, CO – The Sigma Art lens is a new piece of Lego art, made with resin and plaster, at the Art Museum of Denver in Denver.
The lens was part of a larger project that started in 2015 to make Lego pieces that had been donated by the artist.
The lens was inspired by an old-school piece of art known as a tumbler.
The tumblers are glass vessels filled with a liquid and a metal piece.
When the glass pieces are filled, a liquid forms on the glass.
This liquid is the resin and the metal is the plaster.
The resin, when added to the glass, creates a substance that resembles a mold.
The art museum was a great fit for the project, says John Schaller, director of the Museum of Art.
“The idea of Lego is to give people the tools they need to create,” Schallers says.
“It’s a great way to give something back to the community.”
The Sigma art lens was made in 2017.
The piece was unveiled in September and has been a hit with both visitors and museum staff.
It is available at the Museum at the Denver Art Museum and at other local art museums.
It was made with a special resin that is lighter than resin, making it more flexible.
Schaller says the sculpture was inspired after a visit to the Museum.
“I saw a piece that looked like a tumbling piece of paper, and it seemed so beautiful,” he says.
Sigma Art is a nonprofit organization.
They are interested in helping people and the environment.
“We’re also trying to make a difference,” says Schallero.
“The more people see the lens, the more they see the importance of the environment and their role in it.”
Schallers hopes that with the new piece, people will see that there is a real connection between the world around them and the people who made it.
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