More on Beauty Girl

Work on “Beauty Girl” continued this week. With the able assistance of DSWA Advance certificate holder Andrew Pighills, the second third of the sculpture took shape. After the guide frame was rolled forward and the “plumbas” rehung, fieldstone was set vertically to describe the robes that blanket the figure in criss-cross patterns.

In the first photo, the profile of the clay model can be seen reflected in the finished form.

The interior structure behind the carved marble, lower back, section of the piece is exposed in the second photo.

The curves of the legs and foot is seen in the last shot.

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2 Responses to More on Beauty Girl

  1. Dan Snow December 14, 2009 at 1:22 pm #

    Hi Chuck,
    Today Andrew showed me the wall you helped him build here in Greenwich. Nice work, this place needs more coped, dry stone walls like that.
    Dan

  2. chuck Eblacker December 9, 2009 at 2:46 am #

    This is really great seeing you guy’s bring her to life. She’s Alive! It’s looking great !
    Cheers,
    Chuck

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