Sometimes a sculpture reveals itself to the artist while it is being sculpted, but sometimes an object triggers an idea and the artist has to coax it into being.
This sculpture started when I bought this wrought iron bistro set from a fellow exhibitor at a show. It sat on my work table for almost six weeks while I mulled and sketched different concepts. Finally, the decision was made and the project was started. The whole creative process took 14 days from start to finish. I documented it along the way so you can see the process.
The finished piece is called “Coffee Break Generations” and the dimensions are 22″ wide x 18″ high x 15″ deep.
You can see it on my Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/saracinocollection (don’t forget to “like” the page) or visit my YouTube page below.
Step into my studio and enjoy!
Let me know how you feel about this piece. Which side of the table are you on? Does technology frustrate you or do you embrace it?
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