The solo sculpture exhibit displays the works of sculptor Julia S. Rasor of Fallbrook. The sculptures are from Rasor’s Fashion Series which includes life-size sculpture in steel mesh and smaller works in ceramic. The show was curated by stone sculptor Larry Miller of Fallbrook.
For Day 5, I am sharing a work from my Fashion Series “Chopper Chick”. I was inspired by the outfits and characters of the chopper bike crowd (I am a motorcyclist as well but am in the road racer/drag strip crowd).
My Fashion Series sculpture is shown today for the 5/5/5 art challenge which consists of:
5 artworks/ over 5 days/ nominating another artist each day
Day 1 – Accomplished sculptor, Gilda Bronzé. Her work is wonderfully complicated and far reaching.
Day 2 – Manuelita Brown, creates eclectic and authentically personal bronze figurative and portrait sculpture.
Day 3 – Scott Bruckner, an accomplished wood sculptor who focuses on contemporary shapes.
Day 4 – Marta Hotell, a contemporary metal sculptor extraordinaire.
Fashion Series Sculpture – Day 4
For Day 4, I am sharing a work from my Fashion Series “Cirque” referring to Cirque du Soleil. She is a large 17 inch tall ceramic sculpture. “Cirque” has a bright patina radiating like the sun – Cirque du Soleil, translated literally means the circus of the sun.
Cirque evolved out of thoughts of creating a figure that would be entertaining, wild, acrobatic, colorful, and flashing a Cirque du Soleil headdress and costume.
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