Wax is a multifaceted plastic material—yielding and malleable. Beeswax is the wax that has been known for the longest period of time and is considered to be a prototype for the various types of wax obtained by natural or artificial means. In the production of art, wax is present in various forms and functions: as an aid in the production of cast metal sculptures (lost wax technique), as a sculptural material for designs and sculptures, as a protective and finishing layer for the most diverse objects.

In recent years, we have increasingly specialized in the production of wax sculptures. For them, the wax is made fluid and can be applied to the negative in layers or poured directly to fill the form. Through the admixture of pigments, wax can be given different colors. As a result of the light-permeable characteristics of wax, it is possible to reproduce deep structures and, for example, to convincingly imitate skin or marble.