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Why Sculpture?

Present times beg the question: why sculpture?

It seems, when one reads letters to the editor in newspapers and elsewhere that there is great confusion by much of the public about the value of public sculpture. 378 more words


Two little polymer clay creatures

Here is another little one. It is cold outside so I’m warming my hands with clay. ❤️❤️

Things I've Made

One of a kind polymer clay baby

Just finished her and she is in on eBay . I think she cute I listed her at a low starting price of 19.99. She has a soft body and I just love his she turned out

Things I've Made

Bookish Owls and a Little Big Man

The Big Little Man (1999) sounds like a typical oxymoron, however, in this case, he is a whimsical bronze sculpture by Dean Bowen. It provokes interaction and discussion as he appears as both larger and smaller than life at the same time; as if all the fun contained in a child’s drawing has been scaled-up. 164 more words

Street Art

Works of Sculptor Max Patte at Westpac Auckland

Through an online invitation from Westpac, I went to see this sculpture and custom wall art exhibition of Max Patte, which was scheduled on the second day of the Diwali Festival (12 October) and also to celebrate Auckland Arts Week. 280 more words



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Art Park Scotland


So, this stems from formula art which is a concept I came up with where you work according to a mechanism or formula. What is important here is the process by which the artist arrives at the result. 520 more words