Sunday, May 01, 2005
The faces in motion become the spiral.
Composition for the Right Hand is leaving me next week. It will become part of the collection of Roland Chisolm and Robert Johnson in Atlanta. They have gathered a number of my original sculptures, including several very personal works like this one. The very cool thing about them is that they don't just collect the work, they explore it, seeking to uncover what's in there. I hope to do an online exhibit of their collection. I have but to find the photographer. I hesitate only because I'd thought I wanted to shoot it myself. Just now it occurs to me that it might be more interesting to see them from another view point. Sort of like when someone writes a story about one of my sculptures. Usually there's a surprise or two there.
This fall Aubrey will begin her studies at the PS Art Institute. She will be photographing "Jack" for the trade paperback of Strange Attraction and today, whilst I stuggled with writing this, she brought coffee with clairvoyant timing, and extra cream. She hates the rabbit figures, so of course, I have made it very clear to all that "Bunny" is hers.
As always, thank you for reading.
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