marble dust

marble dust

[′mär·bəl ‚dəst]
(materials)
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Aggregates (crushed limestone in granulometry, Axios river sand (0-4 mm), the Axios river sand (4-8 mm ) marble dust (0,0 -0,15 mm) pigments (Aubry raw, raw sienna).
Working with marble commonly generates marble dust which can cause respiratory issues and irritation to the eyes and skin.
A picture of a bare breast of Ruth brings up this anecdote: Michelangelo used to joke that his wet nurse was the wife of a stone carver, and the marble dust in her milk set Michelangelo on the path to become a great sculptor.
While Atul Dodiya asks some provoking questions through his acrylic watercolour on canvas sprinkled with marble dust and Bharti Kher plays around with her favourite red bindi s on an aluminum panel to create a hyperbolic spiral, the young duo of Thukral and Tagra have contributed one of the works from their ' Dominus Aeries -- Escape' series.
Mixing resin, graphite and marble dust into the molten beeswax, Harris has built, scribbled and etched layered surfaces that suggest deep illuminated space.
Aguayo's unevenly painted surfaces (their impasto heightened by the artist's addition of marble dust to his acrylic paint) and the ragged contours of his forms betray his lingering attachment to the expressivepresence of the artist.
CONCRETE | Marble dust lightens the color of the concrete kitchen counter, which continues out to the deck and meets the foundation.
Medium: oil, acrylic with marble dust and golden crackle paste.
Set in sturdy fibre-reincorced plastic, these have been given a marble dust coating for a stony feel and are touched-up by German silver foil.
Outwater has expanded its collection of wood, fiberglass and aluminum architectural columns to include CastStone Columns, a new series manufactured using a patent-pending process comprising of non-porous inorganic composite fiberglass reinforced resins, marble dust and color impregnated, fade-resistant color molded to form maintenance-free, load bearing interior and exterior columns.
This influential and politicised Catalan artist, who died in February, pioneered pintura materica, a technique whereby non-artistic materials--such as sand, marble dust and clay--are incorporated into the paintings.
The first stage of treatment was a steam clean, and then the high powered use of a mixture of compressed air, water and fine marble dust.