The tint of color - just enough - really excites my eye and imagination. I end up trying to figure out my next piece, and then I feel so small and baffled when I look at these pieces. Especially this one. This is one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen anyone make, and I MEAN it! Thank you so much for pulling me up and down at the same time.
I must say that I always love your work. The style is so unique and imaginative! In this particular one I love how she almost appears as though she is looking at something. So delicate and graceful, truly incredible.
Because you actually have to click on ANY ONE OF THE IMAGES to see not only what she HAS already created and sold (Which CANNOT BE REPLICATED).
But you know what. I'll just do the oh so hard work for you.
"Each sculpture is handmade and painted with no more tools than fingers and a paint brush. By virtue of this primal process, each creation is completely unique and produced in a fluid and intuitive manner. The process begins with a handmade metal armature over which light weight clay is sculpted. The painting is done with acrylic pigments and the embedded eyes are glass. When complete the whole piece is glazed to intensify colour and strength. With inspiration derived from animal physiology and a love of the fantastic, grotesque and absurd, each sculpture is unique and personable. The immensely detailed craftsmanship is rich and thoughtful and never molded or replicated."
uhm, thanks but you didn't need to do all that. Also, stop with your rude/sarcastic and quite frankly patronizing comments. Give me a break.
Thanks anyway, but i've read this description before and it tells me next to nothing about how the works are made. I want to know the type of wire she's using. The type of clay(s). I want to know how she makes the pieces balance how she does, and how she made such intricate details with only her hands. I want to know how long a piece takes to make, start to finish. I want to know how she makes the glass eyes. I want to know how she creates little intricate frames on top of the main piece that is suspended in the air. What her painting process is. Thats what I want to know. I want to grow as an artist. and thats why i want a tutorial. I want to learn how to do professional work.
so. thanks. but you obviously can't help me and I don't need to be distracted by your rudeness.