Woman With Ball

Finished Linden - 77" x 6" x 4" - November, 2000 - Private Collection, Los Angeles, CA

I'm attracted to this idea, the body proportion stretched up like the support column of a building, but trying to balance the disparate elements involved can be a challenge. You want to increase the "monumentality" yet maintain some life and vigor in the figure. This type of sculpture is easy to mount and display, doesn't take up a lot of floor space.

I've done a few of these elongated women, as I envision a project where many of them - holding spheres, shields, bows, bowls, sheaves, chainsaws or whatever - stand on a field of water, stretching as far as the eye can see. (Okay, maybe stretching as far as the edge of a reflecting pool). I've been trying to get this project started, but the individual figures keep getting "collected" and I can't afford to pass up a sale! If anyone would like to see such a project come to life please contact me. I'll work with you on rates.

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