Friday, April 7, 2017

Sculpture Garden Part Three

Sure, there might be oodles to say about Syria today, but this is simply another in the ongoing series of ceramic uploads. As stated, these clay-based displays will at some point be superseded by a ramping up of illustrations, Nevekari Enterprises' film and series pre-production art, and video uploads, but this triptych captures a good range of older and newer pieces sculpted in more or less the same style. From left to right, they are: a terracotta Greek-Style drama mask made approximately five years ago, a bronze-finished life-size medieval-style head created in 1982, and used as part of my successful entrance audition to the Fiorello H. Laguardia High School of Music and Art, and an unfinished white "Gargoyle Head" that frankly has suffered some damage (the darting tongue and part of one of the fangs have been lost) since its sculpting about ten years ago.


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  3. I find the Gargoyle the most pleasing - it's evocative of the neither this or that world but something in between, with its exotic blunted nose with wide thirsty nostrils, the protrusions that serve some unknown purpose nicely contrast the deep eye sockets and cheeks. The crowning thorns add to the power of the gaping mouth. The bone color of the unfinished piece adds to its skeletal feel. The tongue and teeth departed, as would happen over time in nature. Far from unfinished, you created something that has taken on a life and death of its own. As with your incredible scripts, you truly tapped into something that has its own vibration.