Jean Pronovost is one of the few Canadian artists able to achieve such realism and harmony in his sculptures. Ten years of experience have given him the knowledge to work masterfully and comfortably with a wide variety of materials and a multitude of molding and casting techniques. His sensitivity to materials and versatility allows Jean Pronovost to adapt to any project with the uncommon professionalism that is his trade mark.

Sculpture maya du masque en jade de Calakmul

The Canadian sculptor Jean Pronovost has carved and painted with a faux finish a reproduction of an ancient Mayan jade mask. The mask is considered one of the most beautiful works of art of the Mayan culture; it comes from Calakmul and was carved between 660 and 750 AD. J.C….

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Mugs prototype and editions for Keurig

The American company Keurig has redone custom cups for its latest TV commercial, the mugs that the company had were poorly painted and embossed logo lacked definition. The Creations Jean Pronovost carved a new version of the mugs with a new embossed logo, applied the logo of the two edges…

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Bar decoration with sculptures

Le Drague, a renowned gay bar in Quebec City, turned to Les Créations Jean Pronovost in 2005 to commission a large and intricate sculpture and casting project. This major project demanded an exceptional technical know-how both because of the great number of sculptures and the variety of the finishes required…

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Sculpture for Cirque du Soleil – Sculpture Montreal

Cirque du Soleil resquested help from Quebec sculptor Jean Pronovost to create elements of the scenery for their next show about the life of Micheal Jackson in Las Vegas. The mandated of this sculptural project was to create 13 matrixes representing cameras and televisions from various era to show the…

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Sculpture of a Bust

The model of this bust is an architect and art lover, his family had approached the creations jean pronovost to immortalize their father as the ancients used to do to immortalize a dear member of the family, in this case the patriarch. Here is a three-quarter view which gives us…

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Monumental sculpture of a pink flamingo

Montreal sculptor Jean Pronovost recently created this monumental sculpture representing a gigantic pink flamingo in a farcical position.  This unique commission was a request from a collective of Quebec artists and will be used during an artistic performance. Les creations Jean Pronovost, specialized, among several artistic fields, in large-size sculpture,…

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Sabertooth tiger skull

This is a reproduction a sabertooth tiger’s skull made from a copy provided by Laval University. This reproduction was molded and sculpted for a private collection and for a second copy for students in biology. The original was molded by Quebec sculptor Jean Pronovost who took a lot of cares…

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Horror special effect for La Ronde Montreal

La Ronde once again requested the help of Créations Jean Pronovost this year for the creation of special effects. Their haunted house needed a bust where we could see the ribcage and the guts. It needed to be wore by an actor. We see on this picture the actor wearing…

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Molding Montreal – Tiger skull molding

South America smilodon skull meticulously molded by Montreal sculptor Jean Pronovost so to be able to produce copies for the Laval university students and the artist own curiosity. The best molding products and most advance techniques were use for the molding of this antique skull. We see on this picture…

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Crocodile skull molding – Molding Montreal

Here we see an African crocodile original skull lent by a collector. It was molded with great caution so as to preserved the original. This piece required considerable technical attention from sculptor Jean Pronovost. Here’s the first edition coming from the African crocodile mold. All the details are there, requiring…

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Baboon skull molding – Molding Montreal

Here we see a baboon skull molded from a private collection’s original. Once extracted from the mold, the sculptor Jean Pronovost will do touch-up by using the subtractive sculpture technique so as to accomplish the necessary details. Reproductions can then be used for anthropological or artistic purposes.

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Tortoise sculpture – Sculpture and molding Montreal

Here we see a tortoise sculpture molded from a private collection’s original. It was just extracted from the mold. Several details must be sculpted but we can appreciation the details and textures. Once the touch-ups done, it can be painted using airbrush for a hyper-realistic effect. The small original turtle…

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Bust sculptures for Montreal’s F1 event

Jean Pronovost cast this bust for Montreal’s 2003 F1 event, using a polyester and fibre glass resin mix. The bust was then painted with a high gloss finish which was further enhanced by an ingenious lighting system integrated directly into the cast.

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Zapotec decorative sculpture statue

This 2006 sculpture was cast from the original artwork located in the Mexican Consulate in Montreal. The sculpture represents Cocijo, the god of rain of the Zapotec people, from the region of Oaxaca to the south of central Mexico between 1400 and 700 B.C. Cast in fibre glass, coloured urethane…

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Mayan inspired sculpture

From Jean Pronovost’s private collection this Mayan inspired artwork was created in 1997 and measures 3’x 2’x 5’. The sculpture was originally sculpted in wood and then cast in Fortin resin. The finish inspired by ancient jade, along with the addition of lichen moss gives the impression that the piece…

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Low relief sculpture of the Aztec God Tlaloc

Here we see a low relief reproduction of the Aztec God Tlaloc. This relief was conceived in resin on which a oxidized bronze faux fini was layered. The God of rain comes back to life among the symbols of the past which were faithfully reproduced on scale. The molds were…

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Low relief sculpture for Fraser Bridge

This exceptional sculpture project is a low relief accomplished for the Simon Fraser bridge in Prince George, BC, Canada. This sculpture measuring 70×200 cm was done in the vision of the scene presenting Simon Fraser and an Indian chief granting him navigating access on the river. Once the relief was…

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