Sunday, 1 July 2012

#271 Remarque: "Above Timberline", con't. . .

Shown below, is the Above Timberline monument in clay.  See yesterday's post, #270.

The sculpture is designed to be mounted on a metal frame and installed with natural terrain and dry-stacked rock.  
The work is site-specific;  landscaping an elevated berm enhances the visual impact.

Note the plaster maquette with the chipped leg.  I love working from a plaster model, as I was taught in art school . . . subtle planes and shadows are revealed with low lighting.

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