Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Judith Gesch Sculpture

Titanium parts, nice patina, sitting on the fab. table

one idea with the parts as arm and leg and hat, scribbles represent bronze to be sculpted

another idea using parts as legs and cap as umbrella, sculpture will be mounted on stone from the North Shore 
Judith Gesch was an artist, dancer, choreographer, and teacher. She had hip surgeries and joked that her children should use the parts left after cremation for a sculpture. Peta Barrett, her daughter, is following through with the idea.
Here are the pieces on the bench and some ideas on how they could be incorporated into a bronze sculpture.

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