Marc Sijan (Serbia, 1946) is an American hyper-realistic portraiture sculptor who works within the tradition of figurative sculpture, but uses a modern approach. He constructs a plaster mould from a live model and then applies multiple layers of paint and varnish to achieve realistic flesh tones. His sculptures are so life-likes as to almost be on the verge of movement. He mostly depicts people that are often overlooked by our society such as blue collared workers or cleaning staff, turning the ordinary into extraordinary works of art.
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