Each sculptor has his own technique of work. Someone carves sculptures with a knife, someone sculpts them from snow, and Andy Tirado is needed to create a masterpiece with an ordinary drill. It is with her help that the sculptor creates unique figures of human hands.
Each finger is created from a single piece of wood, which is then attached to the main sculpture with special glue. Sometimes the sculptor processes the contours of a giant human hand with a reciprocating saw, from which symbolic holes appear on the tree, changing the entire texture of the work.
Andy Tirado has been working as an executive at the 3D Arts facility at Colorado College and has been creating all kinds of props for film sets for 14 years. But 2 years ago, the sculptor decided to postpone all commercial projects and start creative. The result of this decision was wooden sculptures, which are displayed with pleasure in many exhibition centers. Of course, the sculptor's works are not distinguished by the sophistication for which the work of Randall D. Boni is famous, but each exhibit has the right to be recognized, including the giant human hands carved with a drill.