Original clay sculpture for SEGD - "Love" A monument to Puppy Raisers. MAE can restore any bronze sculpture to its original pristine condition. Custom ceilings, moldings, and other architectural elements. Custom trophies made for Southeastern Guide Dogs with spinning medallions in the center. Overhead view of the shop where a dog is being cast. Forton squirrels and their molds. The MAE team standing proudly by their work - dog sculptures made for Southeastern Guide Dogs. Fine Artist Scott Joseph Moore revealing his custom painted dog sculpture "Triumph" A bronze pug sculpture before patina. A bronze pug sculpture after patina (no, that is not a living dog). Showing the process of pouring bronze. Scott Joseph Moore patinating a bronze dog sculpture "Princess" Bronze "Princess" sculpture completed. This is in the likeness of a client's actual pet. The original sculpture of a dog, its mold, and the completed product in bronze. Scott Joseph Moore and Chris Moore amputating the arm of the woman from the monument called "Love." This is being done to prepare her for the molding process. Robin Warsaw and Fred McKenna touching up the "Horse and Riders" sculpture made from Forton. This replica was reproduced in a more sturdy material from a sandstone sculpture that was degrading badly. Chris Moore and Morderchay Ramos working on molds. Restoration and repatination of bronze sculpture can really make a huge difference! A bronze bust of a saxophone artist named Kenny. "Fortuna" - an original piece of art by Scott Joseph Moore, uniquely created from white bronze. A starburst installation placed on the wall of a church. "Trip Downtown" - An original piece of art created by Scott Joseph Moore. The restoration of a crane sculpture that was badly degrading.