How To

An iron pour demonstration at the 2010 Sculpture Conference in the UK.

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5 responses

  1. It is a shame that there are no comments on here! Sculptures are such wonder things and people little know just how to look after and care for them. It is an art that everyone can appreciate, young or old :)

  2. Sculpture is a language, a communication about life in many beautiful materials. I think of Sheila Hicks and her amazing threads , pure poetry as they flow in and out of her woven tapestry designs.

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