As he worked, “S’s” skill with clay increased, opening up greater and greater possibilities; backpacks, canes, hats, teeth, horns – and the scale of his work increased over time. The first figures were about 6” tall, but by the time the last one was readied for the kiln, it stood about 12” tall.
Some artists thrive when they can “work in series,” tackling a difficult skill or intriguing idea over time. “S” is one of these.
|Dude with backpack and cane|