Cyclops Studios offers a Commercial Art Studio dedicated to the enrichment, education and support of local artists.
Every serious artist needs an art studio equipped with the necessities to allow him to work smoothly and effectively on their craft. An art studio allows the artist a place to work, and store and organize the equipment and supplies necessary to increase productivity and inspire creativity.
Cyclops Studios is a multi-service art business with proficiency in project design, modeling, constructing, metalworking welding, fabrication and much more. Some professional foundry services that can be provided are mold making, wax working, complex welding, ferrous and non-ferrous metal fabrication, jewelry making. Simple woodworking, some stonework, and art/sculpture project management are also amongst our services. We understand the business of gravity cast silica bronze, aluminum and centrifuge cast silver and gold. In addition, urethanes, silicones, plasters and Forton MG castings are all familiar to Cyclops Studios in the mold making process. We have years of experience with the modeling process, designing unique artwork, armature building, 3-D computer design, clay work , sulfur-free plastacine, plaster and carvings. Other non-sculptural services offered are portrait, caricature, and still-life drawings, graphic design and printmaking.
Cyclops Studios takes commissions for all types of projects and has an ever-continuing objective for high quality work.
Cyclops Studios Origin
In Greek folklore the Cyclops are characterized as ‘the craftsmen/metalworkers for the gods’. They are the Fabricators creators of miraculous tools, trinkets and weapons; including Poseidon’s powerful trident or Zeus’s feared lightning bolts. Adam says, "To me, the Cyclops embodies my professional ambitions to have a singular vision to aspire for more. The name, Cyclops Studios, evokes a constant reminder of my commitment towards artistic, visual and technical perfection. I find it also ironic that my personal lineage suggests that the role of a foundry man is in my blood and is what I'm meant to do; my paternal last name 'Nahas" originates from the Middle East, and means 'copper smith'."
The Company’s Mission is: “Forging an Artistic Vision”.