Re: A Sculptor's Nightmare
I've always wondered how sculptures that are clearly not what was wanted go ahead and make it into bronze? Aren't most originals approved before they make it this far? The poor public just kinda has to take what some committee decides is "good", so unless it's really offensive, they seem to except it, and chalk it up to something about art they don't get. But what about these commitees? How do they decide to go ahead with something they had to have concerns about? Anyone had any experience with this sort of thing? Wouldn't it be better for the group responsible to say " hey, sorry but this isn't what we had in mind"?