Sculpture – shaping stone


shaping a stone sculpture

Pushing into the material.  Imagining the line.

starting a stone sculpture






  1. Comment by countrysidetales:

    It’s so tactile, even in the pictures. Beautiful :o)

    • Reply by Jennifer:

      Thankyou CT – I’m making a bird with its neck arched and head pointing upwards – this marble is quite pink and as I polish, becoming more and more flesh like! Rather than bird like!

  2. Comment by Annie:

    Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today and leaving a comment so I could find your lovely online home.

    The whole process of translating a lump of something into a three dimensional work has fascinated me ever since I was an art student, probably because I’m hopeless at it. I only seem to be able to work in two dimensions (unless I’m knitting) so am quite in awe of what you are doing here.

    • Reply by Jennifer:

      Really pleased to find your blog. The 3d thing seems to cause panic, and feelings of uncertainty, don’t know why as everything is 3d – really it is the 2d which is difficult! As you know anyway, it is just practicing your craft, and perhaps a bit of loving it too.

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