The entire sculpture was galvanized and powder coated for longevity and aesthetics. The underlying hot-dip galvanizing was selected because the artist did not want the surface to show rust. The polyester powder coating was applied to give the Muskie base color, and then the artist touched up with painted highlights and placed the line to give the sculpture life.
Clayton the Thousand Islands, NY United States
Aesthetics, Coating Durability, Corrosion Performance
Town of Clayton
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