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figurative polychrome sculpture which uses perspective to put a head on a headless bosy, smaller than life-size huddled in the corner
Sculpture for a Corner
(side view)
Hydrocal, oil paint, wood, monofilament
35" x 24" x 17"

A sculpture designed for the art fair environment. In a practical sense, wall space is money, and it is best not to compete with the paintings. In a metaphorical sense, how does the maker of the work feel at the fair?

When one stands in from of the piece and looks down on it, the sculpture is composed- the head is proportional and fits on the body.