Form 3

Apr 10, 2013 | Sculpture

The fourth model has changed considerably since I started it on sunday. The thought of having a transient almost disintegrating form has moved on to a inside out form that displays internal and external it is more complex then the previous models.

Clay model 4, detail, April 2013

Clay model 4, detail, April 2013

In my mind this model works well in combination with the others. The next step will be to make moulds of the clay models and to cast them in different materials. How much these models will be represented in the stone carving I am going to start on next week?….a flavour will remain I am sure.

1-2-3-4 clay models in final stage, April 2013

1-2-3-4 clay models in final stage, April 2013

Tomorrow is a big day, I am going to travel down to Cornwall with my friend Lar to pick up some big stones…I am very excited!

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