I adore this girl’s work: http://www.zariaforman.com/
Perhaps one day I will be able to afford a piece!
This is latest piece, a warrior with cuirass and helmet, leaning on his spear.. The original has a snake climbing the spear, symbolising the soul of the dead. Its a Roman design from 1st century BC, imitating the Greek classical style of the 5th century BC.
It’s made from polymer clay and is about nine inches tall.
My latest sculpture:
This is my version of one of the metopes from the Parthenon – perhaps I’ll do a series of them!?
Lapith fighting a centaur. South Metope 31, Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
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Here is a link to Online Petition for the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Athens. Please sign the petition.
I am so pleased with this piece… The perspective worked as I wanted it to. The skin was smooth… She flowed! I just can’t think of a name for the piece. I’m thinking of something like, “preparing for the night”, but i’m not sure… Ha, just while writing this it came to me, i’m calling it just, ‘this night’, after a track by Black Lab. The track goes, “Take this night, and wrap it around me like a sheet”.
Not only is my bear sculpture on display again this weekend (in Winterthur, for Kunstschule Winterthur), but he’s on my teacher’s website too…
Popular little fella!
(you can see me with the blue headscarf!)
All done, after around 30 hours of chiselling and filing on my first ever stone piece. I reduced the weight of my lump of stone by around half and probably removed a kilo of stone dust from my hair and clothes. So, from start…
I’ll post better pictures when I get him home, as this weekend he will be on display in Winterthur town centre as part of the KunstSchule Winterthur exhibition.
I loved every minute of the process and can’t wait to start another piece, which I have already decided what I’d like to do (in marble).
Another re-blog which I don’t do often, but I do like this.. Monolith by Gustav Vigeland.. 121 bodies climbing to get to the top. Great piece of work… Must go and research him a bit more.