The other side

Jun 10, 2013 | Light, Sculpture, Time

With no other carving did I experience the same longing to turn it, being able to view it all the time from all sides, I believe this is due to a deeper understanding of 3D-ness, how I want the form to move freely between dimension. Thanks to Paul Grellier I am now able to work on one side of the carving that has been pretty much untouched so far. This will take me a few days to get my head round, who knows by then the stone might be much lighter and I can finally turn it over all by myself.

stone 1, 07.06.2013
stone 1, 07.06.2013

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