Here are a few photos of "Selena. As usual, the hands are made of plasticine as the fingers dry out quickly when sculpted from water clay. That's why they are a different color from the rest of the sculpture:
I've been working on two standing male figures this quarter. Here is the second one. He's got a long way to go, but finally got traction after a rough start. Unfortunately, we only have two weeks left with the model!
I'm a figurative sculptor from Seattle. While earning a BFA at Scripps College, I studied with Aldo Casanova in Claremont, CA as well as Romano Luccachini in Florence, Italy. My MFA comes from the New York academy of Art where I studied under Harvey Citron, Randy Melick and Tony Visco among others. Currently, I teach at the Digipen Institute of Technology in Redmond WA.
*The painting is copyrighted by Geraldine Kovats 2009