Enwrapped is probably the oldest sculpture of mine that I can tell you exactly where it is. I can still tell you because I gave it to my wife, now ex-wife, Sabina. I sculpted this as a symbol of mine and my ex-wife’s relationship during the Summer of 1999 (is there a song in there somewhere?). The base of the sculpture is a naturally shaped piece of limestone and the figures are made from clay and molded into a natural hole on the top of the stone. Then the entire piece was painted to resemble granite. Its dimensions are roughly 21cm X 12cm X 28cm (l X w X h).
This is my most recent sculpture. It is made from an air drying clay and painted with acrylics. Its dimensions are approximately 7.5cm X 5.5cm X 3.5cm (l X w X h). It is possible I will be using Slow Joe in a digital painting or two later down the line. He was conceived and born from one of my and my ex-wife’s, Sabina, sculpting sessions.
I carved this out of a stone I picked up at the park. It is basically a relief of my ex-wife’s, Sabina, art signature. The dimensions are roughly 6 cm X 4cm X 2.5cm (l X w X h).
This little sculpture is carved out of steatite or soapstone. Its dimensions are approximately 3cm X 3cm X 5cm (l X w X h). I did not include it because of its grandeur but because of its resemblance of an ancient artifact.
It is a product of one of my and my son’s sculpting sessions.