Stone and Ceramics

 

I find carvining in stone very satisfying , but very physical. It has a surface texture that is natural and finding a form in it usually follows the natural form of the material. It is an action of taking away. When I work in clay it is a process of both adding and taking away. Sculptures can evolve either quickly or slowly they can be smooth or rough and it is not a case of forcing the material to my will but working with it.

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rounding forms alabaster.JPG
rounding forms alabaster.JPG
become becoming and shall be plaster.JPG
become becoming and shall be plaster.JPG
yearning 3.JPG
yearning 3.JPG
yearning 2.JPG
yearning 2.JPG
yearning 1.JPG
yearning 1.JPG
standing womn aged.jpg
standing womn aged.jpg
standing woman ceramicaged.jpg
standing woman ceramicaged.jpg
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fragment back.JPG
fragment back.JPG
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separating form alabaster.JPG
separating form alabaster.JPG
the impalpable angel, alabaster.JPG
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the impalpable angel back, alabaster.JPG
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