I have waxed and polished the drawers and glued the girls in place (I envisage at night they poke their heads out and have a chin wag) now all I have to do is pack the whole lot up for delivery monday. Here are some pics of the final two.
The above caryatid is suspended inside the drawer. Part of her head and body is covered in scrim and then waxed.
22 thoughts on “last caryatids – finished”
Thanks – I am looking forward to seeing all the work in one place (one clean space)
So amazing! Your show is here and you have so much fantastic work. I hope you will “cover” the set up and opening. I wish you all the best – I am sure it will be a wonderful show!
Best of luck Veronica – they look really interesting and I’m sure the show will be fabulous.
I feel the pain
They are looking great! Looking forward to photos of the show.
These are very powerful to look at. Amazing.
I so wish I could see this in person! Hope many others to get to come and visit with your work.
Congratulations, it’s going to be a stunning show!
Very inspiring! X
Wow! Not very articulate, I guess, but that’s what came to mind when I saw these.
thanks Claudia – all wows welcome 🙂 it is a great response.
Thanks Karen – I really appreciate all the support and encouragement coming from so far away.
Wouldn’t that be fun – maybe I could get lucky and bring some work to New York – ahhh dream on !! thanks
thanks Anna – I will certainly be posting some pics 🙂
Thanks Elephant I must admit the pre-show anticipation/nerves/excitement are starting to gnaw away
I really appreciate all your encouragement and support kindest regards veronica
Eternally suspended….superb Ronnie……you have gone somewhere else with these stunning pieces.I now wonder where you will go next in your search for whatever it is ?
thanks Karen work creates work – each building upon or creating a counterpoint to another. I am itching to get back in the studio this morning as I have something underway – but I am packing up all the work for tomorrow.
hopefully see you on thursday cheers
This is a very thought-provoking artwork … my thoughts about it involve words like ’emerging’, ‘trapped’, ‘suspended’, ‘potential’ … love it! =D
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