Art & Sculpture

Freedom of form - Fast curing - Lightweight - Fire resistant
Sea collection Different items made in A1 by Baltic ... 'Fragments' - Dylan Lewis Dylan Lewis, born in Johannesburg in 1964, is a ... Statue - Lut Van Dievel ... Gylver Art Nature is a source of inspiration in Gylver's ... A Last Farewell - Anno Dijkstra Center of The Hague: Spui - Grote ... Altar in a chapel - Jacek Kicinski This altar in the chapel of God's mercy in ... Sculptures Sculptures carved out of EPS and coated with A1 ... Polar bear - Esther de Jong This polar bear in A1 is made by Esther ... Ceiling elements in A1 Decorative ceiling elements made of A1 and ... Silke de Bolle From her childhood Silke De Bolle has been ... Sculpture - Bartosz Banasik Self-portraits, made by Bartosz Banasik with A1. ... Sculpture - Carine Aerts One of the artists working with A1, Carine Aerts, ... Der Flugel - Armando Armando made the sculpture 'Der Flugel' with A1 ... Floating artwork - Studio MAKY Every year Studio Maky redesigns a new look of the ... Sculpture - Anna Egle The A1 sculpture is made by the artist Anna Egle. ... Sculpture - Hironori Kawabata Hironori Kawabata, our distributor for Japan, made ... A1 Statue - Marja Venhuizen This A1 statue, made by Marja Venhuizen, is placed ... Sculpture - Maciej Warchalowski A1 sculpture of Jesus. For the outside of the ... Masks - Carine Aerts 'The faces of Afia' are made by Carine Aerts. Afia ... Side tables Nortstudio made these side tables and are the ... Statue - Paul Pudzs This admirable statue called 'Birdman' made from ...

Making your piece of art with A1 is not only very enjoyable but offers also advantages such as:

- Freedom of form.
Because A1 can be laminated or sprayed, it is not limited in its final form. Flat, bent or curved or even multi-dimensional curved forms are possible.

- Is water based so safe to work with. No special requirements are needed while working with A1. Your own working area will do. You will be surprised how easy it is to work with A1.

- Does cure quickly. After 20 minutes A1 starts curing. If needed the setting process can be accelerated or retarded.

- By using EPS foam or polyurethane foam you can make any form wanted.

- Choose your own final look by just adding pigments and/or fillers such as coloured sand or even small stones. By using these possibilities you will always get unique art.

- Lightweight because of the usage of Triaxial fibre as reinforcement. Four layers of our Triaxial fibre creates a lightweight yet very strong (vandalism proof) product, which will have a thickness of less than 1 cm.

- Art made of A1 has excellent fire resistant characteristics, because A1 Lp01 is classified in relation to its reaction to fire as: B. The additional classification in relation to smoke production is: s1. The additional classification in relation to flaming droplets/particles is d0.

- Because of the limited investment in equipment A1 is suitable for both small and big sculptures or objects.