Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Ascension Dream

And just in case I begin to lose my reputation as a sculptor, I thought I might post a photo of a 30 inch sculpture I created in 1998, that was exhibited at Gallery Mack in Seattle, then Gaskill-Olson Gallery on Whidbey Island, only to sell to a collector who hunted this piece down on the internet, purchasing it in 2003 through Trios Gallery in San Diego.   Ascension Dream is hand-sculpted from white stoneware clay, and painted with oils after final firing.   Inside the tower is a little girl, rising upward, hair trailing.   I have a photo somewhere of that feature, maybe I'll post it when it turns up.  

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  1. The stone work, the windows, exquisite. As always, I am struck by the serenity of the faces you sculpt. When you find a picture of the girl inside I want to see it.

    1. Thank you so much, Joyce... I hope to find it too! I will post it as soon as I find it. Take care of yourself.