I am sorry if you have seen this repeatedly on this page. But I feel compelled to continue posting these images as it keeps happening, continues to happen. I can’t paint them anymore but I can carve them in stone. And I hope to eventually make a bronze casting to use as a pedestal for a beautiful oval crystal dining table with silver Hungry cutlery and china plates with a Hungry pattern, and serve bread and water.
‘Hunger II’, 36″ X 60″, oil on canvas, 1993.
‘Hungry’, 1.25″ X 2.25″ X .3″, soapstone, 2011.
‘Hungry’, 1.25″ X 2.2″ X 0.3″, soapstone, 2012.
‘Stone woman’, 1.25″ X 1.25″ X .3″, soapstone.
‘The Tomb’, plywood, cotton, gypsum, 1/4″ plate glass, oil paints, 1995.
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‘Gravity of Hunger’, plaster and photoshop.
‘Hungry VI’, 2.25″ X 1.5″ X 0.3″, soapstone, 2011-2012.
Cut from the same block of soapstone. The darker was polished with stone powder and olive oil. The lighter with stone powder and water.
With water, a soft brush and soapstone powder from the cutting process.
Wet the stone.
Cover wet stone with soapstone powder.
Using the brush rub the powder all over the stone.
Keep doing this for several hours, using fingers and thumbs helps too.