Sunday, March 20, 2011
Beware the Ides of March!
With the crane truck finally up and running, I was able to spin this life-size figure around - making it easier to work on her other side.
This is how the figure looks today. This is her left side.
This is her front view.
This is her right side. She is still very thick all over - but that's what carving is all about - thinning and refining.
Exactly 20 years ago this last Tuesday (the Ides of March), this twenty-something year old couple went on their first date. A lot of things have changed in that time - and a lot of things will change, if we get another 20 years.
Super Moon Rising. (photo Meg White)
The flood waters are leaving the fields and returning to the river. (photo Meg White)