A 3D printer project using laser engravings and 3D printers is in the works for a Los Angeles artist who uses the technique to make her own sculptures.
A new series of photos from artist and modeler Kelsi B. Jones shows how the process of 3D printing is being used to make art in a way that she never thought possible.
The photos, which have been shared widely on social media, show Jones creating a 3D printed replica of the Statue of Liberty, which has been on display at the Los Angeles Art Museum since 2011.
Jones’ sculptures are designed in the style of classic classical sculpture, but with intricate details and intricate details that are meant to be a reflection of her own personal history.
“It’s so beautiful that we’re making art,” Jones said in the caption to one of the photos.
“It’s a dream come true to make something like this.
The sculpture I made in L.A. is a reflection that I was born and raised in L,A.
It’s a reflection for my own journey as a sculptor.”
Jones’ work has inspired others to create similar designs using similar techniques.
“I was like, oh my god, this is the next thing,” Brie Jones said.
“I was kind of a little confused because I never thought I would be able to do this and I thought I couldn’t do this because I’m a little weird like I always was and I’m not a designer.
But I’ve been making sculptures for a long time and I was really curious to try this.”
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has created a program to promote the art form and encourage others to learn the technique.
The museum has also opened a website and has offered classes for anyone interested in making 3D models and printing them.
Jones has also been working on an album with her longtime collaborator, sculptor and designer David A. Hahn.
Jones said the album will be released on April 14.