Mauro Perucchetti's art uses a wide range of materials
Mauro Peruccetti uses a wide variety of materials in his work, including pigmented resin, stainless steel, acrylic, Swarowski crystals, fibreglass, marble and granite.
Mauro Perucchetti also combines many different types of plaster and techniques in the creation of his work, including:
Fresco is a mural painting technique that involves painting with water-based paint directly onto wet plaster so that the paint becomes an integral part of the plaster.
Marmorina is a white ceramic plaster to be dissolved in water and used for casting in silicone rubber moulds. Hardens without firing to produce pieces with a similar appearance to ceramic.
Venetian Plaster has been used since the middle ages to create stunning finishes. There are many differing names in use today – they are often called polished plasters or marbled plasters because of the typical finishes that can be achieved.
The term ‘polished plaster’ covers a wide range of decorative plaster finishes. These vary from thin and highly polished finishes that resemble polished marble to deeply textured effects that can emulate travertine or limestone. The history of polished plaster can be traced back to the Egyptians.
A fine plaster used for coating wall surfaces or moulding into architectural decorations
Encausto utilises uniformly sized aggregates to achieve a free-formed, flat texture. A mottled look can be achieved by combining multiple colours.
Soft, beautiful colors are achieved by adding pigment to gypsum plasters
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