Art Services & Suppliers are essential resources for all working artists. The ISC directory features a comprehensive listing of these companies including art supply stores, installation and moving companies, 3D scanners, and manufacturers,
all searchable by geographic location or services available. We encourage you to explore these suppliers and take advantage of the products and resources they have to offer.
Methods & Materials, Inc.
Established in 1990 by artists, Carmella Saraceno and Roger Machin, Methods and Materials, Inc. (M&M) is a fine art and artifact rigging company. Based in Chicago, the company has easy access to anywhere in the country.
Barbara Cooper, Conveyor, 2020, for Olive-Harvey College TDL Center, Chicago. Wood and perforated stainless steel Commissioned by the State of Illinois Capital Development Board. Photo: courtesy James Steinkamp Photography
ISC Student Award Show at Belger Crane Yard
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The Compleat Sculptor, Inc. is one of the largest sculpture suppliers in the world. Starting out in 1995 at the behest of the owner’s mother, who found it difficult to find the supplies she needed under one roof! Wood, stone, clay,
resin, rubber and the accessories and tools that go with it! You supply the talent- they supply the rest.
Smooth-On mold rubber has been used for more than 60 years to reproduce sculpture all over the world, ranging in size from less than 1” (2.54 cm) to almost 400 feet high (120 m). Today, Smooth-On urethane, silicone and polysulfide
rubbers are used by thousands of sculptors and foundries for casting wax, resins, plaster, concrete and other sculpture materials to make accurate reproductions of original sculpture.
Blick carries the widest selection of sculpture supplies for sculpting and adding decoration to your hand-built pieces. Carving tools for clay, wood, plaster, and stone are an extension of the artist's hand that help shape a piece,
enhance negative space, and bring the artist's vision to life.
Bullseye Glass Company is a manufacturer of colored glass for art and architecture with worldwide distribution and a strong commitment to research, education, and promoting glass art. Our glass is handcrafted in our factory,
based in Portland, Oregon.
Started in Portland, Oregon in 1992, Art Work Fine Art Services is a company dedicated to providing excellent and attentive care for a full range of fine art and artifacts. Their team of creative professionals, many with advanced
degrees in the arts, represents a broad spectrum of disciplines including design, painting, printmaking, carpentry, photography, and sculpture.
Belger Crane Yard Studios is an arts complex dedicated to providing studio and exhibition space for artists. The range of programming in ceramics education, in addition to the Red Star Residency program and Crane Yard Clay
ceramics supply store, has made Belger a center for contemporary art.
Over the last two decades Scansite 3D has completed hundreds of projects involving replicating, enlarging and reducing sculpture. Their projects have ranged from sculptor Robert Graham’s massive doors on Our Lady of the
Angels Cathedral in Los Angeles to small garden ornaments.
ABUJARDAR specializes in manufacturing natural stone, concrete and prefabricated material bush hammering and texturing tools. At Abujardar.com you’ll find all the tools you need to achieve different bush-hammered, sandblasted
and striped textures which can be applied on stone, marble, granite, sandstone, artificial stone, prefabricated materials and concrete. They are manufacturers.
Started in 1984, Polytek® Development Corp. is a leading manufacturer of specialty polymers including: polyurethane elastomers and casting resins, silicones, epoxies, and latex. These systems are used primarily in mold
making and casting applications in industrial, construction, entertainment, fine arts and technology sectors.
We invite Art Services & Suppliers to join the ISC at the Organizational member - Associate level. This membership includes 10 copies of each issue of Sculpture, online Member Profile with unlimited
photo gallery to showcase your company, an enhanced listing in ISC Resource Directory, acknowledgment of support in every issue of Sculpture and on the ISC's website, discounts at ISC conference’s trade
fairs and on advertisements in Sculpture and more. For a full list of Associate level benefits and to join the ISC, visit our Membership Page.
The ISC offers a wide array of opportunities for Art Services & Suppliers to share their stories with our community. You can be featured on this website, in our newsletters, at one of our events, or
within the pages of Sculpture magazine. If you would like your company highlighted by the International Sculpture Center, please contact our Business Development Director Kate Shanley at 917-804-4642 for more information.
The ISC offers a comprehensive directory of Art Services & Suppliers worldwide. Use the search feature at the top of this page to search our directory using specific criteria such as geographic location
or featured artists
To be included in the search results you must be a current ISC member who has made their profile visible to the community. In the about section of your profile, be sure to select “Supplier” as your preferred
listing type from the Resource Directory Listing field. For assistance in completing these steps, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.