Figure Fragment V
©1988 by C Whitehorn
14"h x 6"w x 4"d
Utah peach alabaster
on paduck wood base
This is carved in Peach Alabaster
from central Utah.
This is one of a series that I call Figure Fragments. Because I leave the original broken edges of the stone, they look like fragments from a larger piece. And indeed alabaster must be carved carefully because it both splits and bruises easily. The peach alabaster often has hidden flaws, so it is important to follow the feel of the stone or you can end up with nothing but, yes, fragments after putting in many hours of work. The Alabaster polishes beautifully to a very fine finish. For me, the wonderful lush color suggests the subject.
My stone carvings always sell right away, usually shortly after they are finished, but I have had deposits on a number of them before they were even completed. You may choose to have me add your name to my list of people who wish to be informed, with no obligation to buy, when I have a new stone piece of the sort in which you are interested.
©2000 by C Whitehorn
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