Whimsical Lines

The cliche of an artist is the way they position their subject: a front-on image as if it is a portrait becomes tedious to me, I need to see the activity, no matter how passive it may be, but a nuance of irregularity that the subject holds with every move they make:

Lost wax – lost poly

CASTING: The polystyrene became the wax in casting these sculptures. Sand was packed around the maquettes, liquid metal then poured into the box, melting away the polystyrene, cooling then revealing a metallic version of the original model.

String Theory

By draping a flexible string of cotton thread onto sticky paper, his wonderful heads would begin to emerge:


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