Perfect Match: Stag sculpture
This colourful mixed media stag sculpture is a smaller version of my first stag and has a friendly bird keeping him company, like all my sculpture work has been made using the Carton Pierre method of paper clay, it has many layers and many different ingredients have been used to create this one of a kind artwork. It is lightweight, designed to hang via a hole cut into the back which is slotted over a screw in the wall, once the sculpture is finished I paint it with Bristol paints and varnish it with French polish. In keeping with the paper clay theme the title for the piece is cut from a magazine, I collect titles and keep them in an envelope and when I finish the piece I look through all my titles and pick one that most fits the sculpture...this one is called "Perfect Partners". As these sculptures are air drying time and patience is key, they have to made in stages to ensure each layer is perfectly dry so consequently it can take up to three weeks to make a sculpture. You won't fi
W 48.26 cm x H 45.72 cm
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About the Artist
Victoria has led a diversely creative life after achieving a degree in metalwork and jewellery she then began a career in the prop making industry where she enjoyed making costume props on Star Wars and Gladiator, fabricating crazy critters at Jim Henson’s Creature Shop in Camden and painting Dis...