The Artwork of Mark Rehkopf
Between 1997 and 2007, Mark teamed up with Research Casting International, a museum exhibit design company based in Ontario, Canada. Working with RCI, Mark was responsible for designing and sculpting several major dinosaur and animal sculptures, such as this Daspletosaur which is on permanent display at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa.
Allosaur skeletal/fleshed out sculpture 18"length. Sculpted for sample display at the Society of Vertabrate Paleontology Annual Meeting 2006.
Lifesize Chasmosaur sculpture for the Canadian Museum of Nature, 2001. Design,Sculpting and final painting by Mark Rehkopf, molding and casting by Research Casting International.
Lifesize Albertosaur ( 22 ft. length ) for the San Diego Museum of Nature 2006.
Lifesize Velociraptor ( 6 ft. length ) for the Geological Museum of China 2004.
Lifesize Protarchaeopteryx ( 22'' length ) for the Geo. Museum of China 2004.
Jurassic Park Travelling Exhibit 1997 - paint work by Mark Rehkopf in association with Research Casting Int. Dinosaur sculptures by Stan Winston Studios.
Various sculpture and painting work in association with Research Casting Int. American Museum of Natural History - paintwork on Blue Whale exhibit and Planet models ( Rose Planetarium ).
Mastodon Bronze Sculptures ( Lifesize ) for the Indiana State Museum and Perdue University, 2005. Design and Sculpting by Mark Rehkopf, molding and bronze casting by RCI.
Hadrosaur sculpture for the Geological Museum of China 2004
Dinosaur dentistry - fixing Daspletosaur's broken tooth at the Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa.
Below is Mark's final clay sculpture, before it was molded and cast by Research Casting. The finished piece was 30 feet in length and took over five months of work.
The Daspletosaur sculpture as it was unveiled at the Canadian Museum of Nature.
Mark's finished, full-scale Lambeosaur sculpture for the San Diego Museum of Natural History.
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