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Sculptor Lori Kiplinger Pandy views sculpture from below

Sculpture is a very physical work. As some you may know, I was in a car accident back in early September. It left me with a mild concussion and neck injury and put me out of work for a while. Months of physical therapy followed and the injury impeded movement in my neck and shoulder a bit. This meant that I didn’t do quite as much 360 viewing and working as I would normally do. It’s important to view the work and sculpt from all angles which can mean crouching down for a view from below.

Sculptor Lori Kiplinger Pandy views sculpture from above

A view from above means climbing chairs, boxes or step ladders to see from a higher perspective.

Sculptor Lori Kiplinger Pandy views sculpture from below
Sculptor Lori Kiplinger Pandy views sculpture from below

Hairstyles in the 1950s often emulated the movie stars and celebrities of the era. African American women often straightened their hair and then styled in roller sets for looser and controlled curls. 

Clay sculpture portrait bust of Fannie Mae Duncan ©Lori Kiplinger Pandy

The portrait study is completed in Chavant Le Beau Touche HM oil based clay.

Clay sculpture portrait bust of Fannie Mae Duncan ©Lori Kiplinger Pandy
Clay sculpture portrait bust of Fannie Mae Duncan ©Lori Kiplinger Pandy


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