Sculptor Walter Runeberg in his studio, 1910’s (1980’s). Silver gelatin print from original glass plate negative. / Kuvanveistäjä Walter Runeberg ateljeessaan, 1910-luku. Vedostettu 1980-luvulla alkuperäisestä lasinegatiivista.
Atelier Eric Sundström / The Finnish Museum of Photography
Google Kicks off Black History Month Honoring
Black Mississauga Ojibwe Sculptor
Edmonia Lewis (1844-1907) was an American sculptor who worked for most of her career in Rome, Italy. She is the first woman of African-American and Native American heritage to achieve international fame and recognition as a sculptor in the fine arts world. Her work is known for incorporating themes relating to black people and indigenous peoples of the Americas into Neoclassical style sculpture. She emerged during the crisis-filled days of the Civil War, and by the end of the 19th century, she was the only black woman who had participated in and been recognized to any degree by the American artistic mainstream. - Wikipedia
“Roy and Riza Sculpture” Dimensions: approx. 10″H x 7″W. Polymer clay & mixed media
Listen…what’s the point of learning how to sculpt if I don’t
shamelessly make merchandise for myself lol…Basically I recently got
into Fullmetal Alchemist during the summer and I wanted try my hand at making Roy and Riza in their fancy uniforms.
Sculpture process and WIP photos can be found on my insta!