1. Introduction of mary mackillop statue
This is a very famous Mary Mackillop statue. Mary Helen Mackillop RSJ (january15,1842 –
August 8, 1909), an Australian nun, has been declared a saint by the Catholic Church, known as
the St Mary’s Cross. Together with Julian Tenison Woods, she founded the Sacred Heart sisters
of Joseph (sister Joseph), a religious nun, which has established many schools and welfare
institutions in Australia and New Zealand, focusing on the education of the rural poor. The process
of Mackillop’s being declared a saint began in the 1920s. She was declared a true blessing by Pope
John Paul II in January 1995. She was the first Australian to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic
Church. Mary Mackillop was the patron saint of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane.
This sculpture shows mackillop holding a little boy in his left hand and a little girl in his right hand,
looking at the two children lovingly. She is just like a great mother, giving them warm and best care,
and has a very high position in the hearts of the children. We have rich experience in the production
of bronze religious sculptures. In the production of sculptures, we adopted the traditional wax loss
method, retained all the exquisite details of the sculptures, and made the sculptures more lifelike.
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2. Production process of mary mackillop statue
My artist will make 1:1 clay mold, when finished clay mold, we will take photos for your reference.
The clay mold can modify any details till you’re satisfying with it. Then we go ahead to make statue.
When finished statue, also we will take phots for your reference. After you are satisfying with all,
I will arrange packing and shipment. Arturban sculpture can make large christian statue in bronze,
marble, fiberglass, stainless steel. Our team will make a production plan, according to your design,
budget, delivery time, or any other service. Our final aim is to supply high quality and cost-saving