Monthly Archives: September 2010

Kneeling figure taking shape

My big kneeling figure is coming together. All these parts are laying around in bronze after the hardened sand mold is beaten and ground off of them. Then the parts are welded together and chased (grinding and shaping at the … Continue reading

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Meeting Mr. Deng

As I am flying along on this high speed train (271 km/hr!) between Nanjing and Shanghai, I have awhile to myself. It has been a full week traveling with our family to retrace the journey our grandfather traveled 100 years … Continue reading

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Grampa’s journey

While I was in China I took a trip for a week with my cousins and sister to follow the route that our Grampa traveled 100 years ago, from Shanghai to Nanjing and Xuzhou where my grandparents lived for 40 … Continue reading

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In the park

The skyscrapers were spectacular, as we rode in to Shanghai at dusk (workshop is about an hour outside of the city) for the festivities of the opening of the Jing’an International Sculpture Project. It is a 5 year project of … Continue reading

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