Back to handtools

Jun 6, 2013 | Sculpture

Returning to using hand tools, the Bouchard hammer being my most trusty companion of them all, I am able to see forms and the movement of form in precision. I immediately connect with the stone in a different way and letting go off having to speed ahead to get this carving completed in the next four weeks…I do what I can!

stone 1, 05.06.2013
stone 1, 05.06.2013

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