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Sculpture is always engaging, from the 'Ram in a thicket' buried at Ur, the Easter Island 'Moai' stone heads to 'Conversation in the Garden', by Medardo Rosso.



"Sculpture is a strange art whose roots disappear into the darkness of time."

(Baudelaire 1859)

Making requires one to be both obdurate and malleable. There can be a tension between these different states, though with this there is an opportunity of a return to the pastures below the shadow of sculpture.

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