Category Archives: Small works

Weekly Photo Challenge: Faces

I’m trying to find my way back to posting on my blog again.  I saw this WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Faces, from September 16th and decided to post an image of some new heads I’ve started sculpting. I’m hoping it … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Tiny

I’m hoping to eventually get back to writing. For now I thought I’d post this “sort of” tiny head in response to the “weekly photo challenge.”  I’m not sure what I will do with this budding character. Sometimes it’s just about … Continue reading

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November? What happened to September and October

It’s been a busy Autumn. Living in a college town it’s always surprising how the energy of this town is driven by the University Schedule, even if you aren’t a student or professor. I’ve had the pleasure of exhibiting in … Continue reading

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Does Size Matter?

I’ve been thinking about this for awhile.  Building smaller forms can be as difficult, sometimes more difficult than building something larger.  The scale of an object implies a relativity; to the room, surrounding objects, or the viewer. Is bigger always … Continue reading

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