THE BURROW EXHIBIT
June, 2013
Elizabeth Koval Maffeo created three life-size wildlife models that can be seen in "The Burrow" permiment exhibit for Lindsay Wildlife Museum. Opening day Sept 21st 2013.

The Burrow at Lindsay Wildlife Museum.


The Burrow Exhibit's purpose.

Dante is going to take you into The Burrow.


Dante inside The Burrow looking out of a tunnel hole.


Inside The Burrow.

Dante found the California Toad.


When the exhibit is dark, flashlights are used to find the creatures.


More burrowing creatures to see on back panel.

Dante found the Gopher Snake.


Close up of Gopher Snake.


Opposite side of the column.

Dante found the Female Tarantula.


When the exhibit is dark, flashlights are used to find the creatures.


The exit and entrance of the burrow from the inside.

The Tarantula, Snake, and Toad are ready to go into the exhibit.


California Toad in its housing.


Female Tarantula in her housing.

Gopher Snake in it's housing tunnel.


Alternate view of the Gopher Snake.


Close up of gopher snake.

Close up of the Female Tarantula.


Close up of the California Toad.


In Progress: Liz working on Gopher Snake.

In Progress: the beginning stages.


In Progress: Bulking up the tarantula



In Progress:Sculpting scales on snake



In Progress: Dremmeling on toad



In Progress: Sculpting final details on snake.



In Progress:Finished sculpting the toad.



In Progress:Finished sculpting the tarantula.



In Progress: All primed and ready for painting.



In Progress: Beginning the painting process.



In Progress: Painting is almost completed.



In Progress: Painting details on snake.


In Progress: Painting final touches on the snake.



In Progress: Painting details on the tarantula.



In Progress: Painting final touches on the tarantula.



In Progress: Painting details on the toad.



In Progress: Painting final touches on the toad.



In Progress: Each specimen has a different top coat.



In Progress: Side view of finished specimens.



In Progress: FInished snake, toad, & tarantula.



In Progress: Underside of snake.



In Progress: Partial underside of toad.



 



 
 
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