rejection.

REJECTION

This is a two peice sculpture. The larger piece be being formed with large curves and rounded edges, a circular hole cut into it and a round projection. The second piece is angular and square shaped. Yet they both came from the same stone.

To me the sculpture was about acceptance. About being accepted for whoever or what ever you may be. I held an internet pole to name the sculpture and Rejection won. I promptly set the piece on a mirror to reflect acceptance back at the viewer. Sometimes an experiment works and sometimes it doesn’t. The sculpture asks the viewer who and what they believe is acceptable or not.

The sculpture was then hand- rubbed to its desired gloss. No sealers or waxes were used to polish the stone.  Some areas of the sculpture were left in rough stone; this is a trademark of the sculptor. Leaving these rough areas keeps the work connected to its original form.

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