Monday, March 27, 2006
Relief sculpture: a term from art and physical geography
To try a simple piece of sculpture is to really appreciate the people who practice this art in the public eye. To attempt sculpture might be to discover a hidden talent, too.
This summer I visited William Joyce's office to see the progress of his various movie projects. At one desk was a young artist sculpting a movie character from clay. The figure was about a foot high. It was a reminder that sculptors are important in entertainment and communications as well as in public art.