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Sculptor


Painter - Teacher

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Sculptor


Painter - Teacher

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Figures


 

Clay - Bronze - Plaster

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Figures


 

Clay - Bronze - Plaster

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Portraits


 

Busts - Studies - Anatomy

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Portraits


 

Busts - Studies - Anatomy

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Relief Portraits


 

Something to say

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Relief Portraits


 

Something to say

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Drawings


 

Charcoal - Pencil

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Drawings


 

Charcoal - Pencil

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Paintings


 

Oil - Watercolour

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Paintings


 

Oil - Watercolour

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Why Sculpture


Why Sculpture


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Why Sculpture?

Ultimately, the body is the most meaningful and expressive visual image that there is to us as human beings. Its ability to visually express beauty, convey ideas and evoke feelings is unequaled; nothing really comes close. We fall in love with it, we worship it, we are it. To know this form in a profound way, to speak its timeless language beautifully (and in so doing convey the message from our hearts to others) has been the goal of artists since the dawn of civilization. 

This language is an artist's inheritance passed from one generation to the next. It can be claimed or not. It is a choice for each of us to make.