Richard Farrow: The Bomb Mosque

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The display heavily influenced him as a result after he returned to his studio in San Rafael, Farrow began creating sculptures of mosques and cathedrals using bronze. Then decorating them using guns, bullets, steel and bones. However before Farrow begins making these sculptures, first he starts with sketch books and architectural plans and does a great deal of research on the structures he creates. For an example the museum had one of Farrow’s structure called the “Bomb Mosque” which was based on a mosque in Pakistan that was bombed. According to the museum it took Farrow 15 months along with 2 assistances to create the “Bomb Mosque”. When I first saw the “Bomb Mosque” at first glance it 's a beautiful mosque with a golden dome however in

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