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Frink: Sculpture Both Modern and Mythic Louise Sheldon

Frink: Sculpture Both Modern and Mythic

Louise Sheldon

Published October 20th 2013
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Kindle Edition
7 pages
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The reality of sculpture is how it feels to you, rather than how it looks. You must sense the strength and the tension, rather than see it. It is difficult to say why, but I am now interested in mass.In the home of a private collector of herMoreThe reality of sculpture is how it feels to you, rather than how it looks. You must sense the strength and the tension, rather than see it. It is difficult to say why, but I am now interested in mass.In the home of a private collector of her work in Washington, D.C., British sculptor Dame Elisabeth Frink speaks of the new director her art has taken. Frinks sculpture now focuses on the full male figure - sitting, standing, or running men. Massive indeed, these larger-than-life figures dwarf their surroundings.