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icreate 09-18-2003 12:59 PM

What are you working on?
 
Just wondering what type of things everyone is working on at this moment.
Please post, and send photos if you can. I'll go first.

I have a life size 7 year old girl, The ellie sculpture that I posted. It is number two and is going to her home church, so her arms and legs are sitting in wax and she is begging me to work on her. I allways work my waxes.

Two portraits at the foundry, boy and girl. I'll pick them up next week

A little 2 year old, Only have one photo of her in that position, and 3 at that age. UGGGGGGG , but I love her little feet. The socks and the sandles, well what can I say sooo cute!

Oh I have a commission that is so difficult. I am the 5th artist working on this women. She died a year ago, and her husband... well what can I say. The foundry won't even touch the piece, they have been through this before. Time to confront the client. I may be posting a warning about this man.

One of my students hired me to do her portrait, while she sculpted her husbands. They are going to bronze together. How sweet.

Well I won't talk about all the items I'm nursing , that should be another post.

How about you? What are you doing, what is in your studio now?

Araich 09-18-2003 11:49 PM

Hi Bridgette, I've just setup a new exhibition which opens tomorrow - preview here

And I've started on an 8 foot work for the annual Sculpture by the Sea

And I'm also thinking about going to the beach and taking my first swim of the new Spring.

[edit: fix URL]

icreate 09-19-2003 12:25 AM

The sculpture by the sea show is so cool. What a great place to have a show. If I were not so far away- Houston, Texas. I would be there.

Congratulations on your new exhibit. The pieces are wonderful!

anne (bxl) 09-19-2003 03:55 AM

Right now I am taking my very last daily swim of the summer.

I am also preparing the exhibitions planned for the automn (2 group exhibitions in october, one solo in november in brussels and another solo in Luxembourg in december)

Araich, what a nice exhibition!

icreate 09-23-2003 09:18 AM

Wow Anne You are going to be busy! Is you work posted? I would love to see it. Do you have all the work complete, or are you doing finishig touches on somethings?

anne (bxl) 09-23-2003 10:10 AM

just click on www to visit my site.

the work is not finished yet, but the timing (especially with the foundry) is fine. with bronze, there is no place for improvisation.

icreate 09-23-2003 12:31 PM

Click on the www. took me a while to find it, I am so observant. What a great thing to know. I'll just be floating around for a while clicking on everyones www.

Thanks for sharing your artwork. Quite nice. How many pieces will you have in your solo show?

Tbronze 09-25-2003 02:43 PM

Work in progress
 
Here is a relief I am working on commission from a photo shoot and measurements do to the party being from out of state. This original will be destroyed in the process. She can be put into bronze or whatever medium that best represents the end product in the price range the customer chooses.

James Taylor

http://www.absolutearts.com/portfolios/t/tbronze

The Muse In Progress: Alto relief in clay to be finished in bonded marble. Size: 20 x 24


icreate 09-25-2003 09:47 PM

Great job, thank you so much for sharing.

RustyBlade1964 12-21-2003 04:48 AM

Re: What are you working on?
 
I am working on a medieval chess set. Tons of work. Luckily I love a challenge. :cool:


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