Oh no this is very eerie, a fabulous sculpture, eerie none the less!Richards having a studio in the 92nd floor 1st Tower.....xoxo Karena2013 Artist Series!
Very intuitive - his creative soul expressed the GIFT of a prescient dream into a tangible visual.
I agree with Karen, you can't help but feel the eerie propinquity. Truly a magnificent sculpture. Thinking about your family at this very difficult time.
The Tuskegee connection, itself, is heartbreaking, given the medical experiments under cover of research in time of war. Well, you must continue this blog.
Tar Baby was the nickname my father called me from first memory. A great term of endearment.Garden & Be Well, XO T
St Seb. is one of my favourite artistic subjects, but this sculpture is something else, and a very poignant memento mori.
On first sight I immediately loved the work, then read the information. Takes my breath away...
A poignant posting. I like the sculpture — do you have any idea of its scale?
Mark-it is larger than life-quite large in fact, here is a link that might give you a sense of the scale in its NCMA gallery. His work encompasses a number of symbolic pieces in this vein- http://indyweek.photoshelter.com/image/I00000LVyeSlgBfI