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Twasi

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Sculptures

Sculptures

Sculpting is actually two different arts. There is the chipping away at the material sculpting. Many of my pieces are in soapstone, but I am currently working on apiece in alabaster.

The second art is building. I am beginning to experiment in the art form. Working in lifelike figures in plasticine. I will be offering this figures on a commission basis.

Waiting

Inspired by waiting for some one else to make a decision that would affect my life, I needed to express the feeling of just waiting.

pink on gray soapstone

€ 175

 

 

 

Shark

This was an extremely hard soap stone. That allowed for the details in the teeth and gills. Keeping close to the original broken stone allows the crystallization in the wave to reflect.

green soapstone,  10 x 20 x 5 cm

€ 125

 

 

 

Painting is so poetic, while sculpture is more logical and scientific and makes you worry about gravity.

 Damien Hirst

 

 

 

Snake

 

 

I have always been fascinated by the elegance and poise snaked have. This young boa constrictor has wrapped itself around on unseen prey.

 This was one of the pieces that screamed at me to let it out. I did this entire piece in one sitting

brown Soapstone,

€ 175

 

 

 

Warm Love

This is a very small piece and somewhat unspectacular at first glance- Upon closer viewing the details of the fur of the baby are apparent. The soft curves and sharp edges of the mother or father contrast the softness of the baby.

 

dark gray soapstone

€ 45