Making the Work
Making my sculptures requires a series of physical labors. Creating new plaster molds, mixing casting slip, glazes, enamel paint and flocking.
When humid, molds need to be forced dried and the cat's bed benefits from proximity of the space heater too.
Four different cast clay parts are attached to each other and comprise the "main body" of the sculpture.
The building process includes loads of loosely placing parts and extrapolating their successful placement.