I note, now that I have done a few bronze, that I subconsciously moved from "heads-in-stone" to "busts-in- bronze" when I move to bronze.
Breeze is cast as two separate pieces; one for the vest and the other for the figure.
I love her bold flowing lines. They reveal a strong yet serene presence. Her hair and jacket are caressed to the side as she lifts her face, eyes closed, into a summer breeze.
When I created this bust, I aspired to develop a modest nude, one that could be displayed in any setting. However, today our female celebrities don’t need the help of an inadvertent breeze to offer a similarly provocative pose.
Breeze is a limited edition of 8 bronze; 3 have been sold.
Porsche #9: I was developing a new portrait simply called baseball-cap-girl, when an art patron, who had previously purchased a couple of my stone sculptures, visited my studio.
A long time Porsche owner and racing fan, he said he would like to buy it, and asked if I would put the name Porsche on the cap along with his lucky number; # 9.
So, in an instant, baseball-cap-girl, became Porsche #9 ―a private commission.
I expect we will see Baseball-Cap girl again soon in an entirely different sports iteration..