Discovery progresses, Daphne sells at Yew Dell show
I am working on the hair, getting the angle of the skull and cutting down the hair which is a bit too full.
There is still a hump towards the front of the hair and lots to come off the back. The face is also too full and that needs to be addressed.
Don splits off a corner of stone at the back and side of the head.
And then he splits off extra stone at the very back of the head.
Meanwhile I work on forming the knee. The model is on top of the stone. I am making basic movements establishing the knee cap, muscles, etc.
another view of the knee.
The corner has been removed but there is still a knob of stone that needs to be cut off.
The knob is mostly removed I work across the face and hairline. I also need to lower her right eyebrow...
Don has removed a significant amount of stone from the leg.
Yew Dell Garden's 6th Annual Outdoor Sculpture Show recently opened. This work is by North Oldham High School Students and is constructed of wood and tiles. Entitled "Boundless Beauty" this is an excellent work of art and a bargain at $350.00
This piece, entitled "Weight" was created by Shohei Katayama, Peter Golemboski and Kevin Melzer. It's intriguing forms invite you in to further explore it. Really an interesting piece.
At the opening I had a pleasant surprise - Daphne has sold!
Lily as well will be going to a new home.
An elegant work by Bob Lockhart...
A wonderful piece by Caren Cunningham..
Wyatt Gragg's Doves offer beauty...
A graceful piece by Craig Kaviar. I really like how uses contrasting colors and forms.