Cement sculpture is a form of three-dimensional artwork created by shaping and molding cement or concrete materials. Artists use cement as their primary medium to sculpt various forms and figures. The process involves mixing cement with water to create a workable paste, which is then molded, carved, or sculpted into the desired shape. Once the cement hardens and cures, it becomes a durable and long-lasting sculpture. Cement sculptures can vary in size and style, ranging from abstract to figurative, and they are often used for outdoor installations due to their weather-resistant properties.