Sculptors at Work Interviews About the Creative Process

by Victor M. Cassidy

Sculptors at Work Interviews About the Creative Process Synopsis

Sculptors describe their creative process--what they do and how they do it. Some of the 22 sculptors are internationally known while others have regional reputations. Each artist has compelling things to say: personal goals, where ideas come from and how they transform them into sculpture, material selection, color and scale determinations, work in progress, how they overcome blocks, and how they've matured creatively.

Sculptors at Work Interviews About the Creative Process Press Reviews

a valuable series of interviews with working sculptors...an impressive group of artists...The focus on artists working today, and on a broad range of the many types and styles of sculpture today, gives the book a compelling presence among the books on the field...a valuable addition to the dialogue on contemporary sculpture and is a substantial contribution to the understanding for the processes, conditions, and perspectives of contemporary sculptors --International Sculpture Center Book Reviews; wonderful...Cassidy's book helps us...better and more efficiently move along our paths --Art Letter.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780786463497
Publication date: 1st September 2011
Author: Victor M. Cassidy
Publisher: McFarland & Co Inc
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 235 pages
Categories: The arts: general issues,

About Victor M. Cassidy

Victor M. Cassidy is an art critic and journalist whose work has appeared in Art in America and Sculpture Magazine, among other publications. He lives in Chicago.

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