Creating Sculpture

I often make a sculpture in separate body parts. This allows for more freedom in experimenting with the juxtapositions of pieces in marriage to one another, providing endless options. For example, a head can more easily be modelled separately and when posed in different positions with the crude form of the body, I can readily […]

Starting a sculpture

Ask any young child to draw their mother and they will invariably make a stick-like image with two legs, two arms and a head with the features of eyes, mouth, nose and hair. Children draw what they know to exist not what they physically see. Similarly the adult human brain seems to often pre-empt a […]