Anatomical Works:

The anatomical works below are heavily influenced by the art of the great Randolphlee Mclver and his teachings at the New York Academy of Art. These anatomical pieces play a crucial role for all art students in gaining a clear understanding of anatomy, encompassing muscles, and, more importantly, the function of bones. Working with clay provides artists with a hands-on understanding of the models they study. I strongly believe that engaging in these anatomical works equips individuals to confidently approach any figurative project, be it from imagination or a live model. One additional point I would like to emphasize is the importance of drawing as much as possible, as it serves as the backbone to comprehensive understanding and lays the foundation for a master's work.

"Drawing is the prinicpal foundation of sculpture, and a good sculpture work depends largely on a good drawing, the student should draw as much, if not more than a student of painting,-(which unfortunatley is not always done). No student ought to be admitted to modelling in a school , unless he has first done some serious drawing; and on this understanding I begin this guide, -always addressing myself to a student who is cpable of seeing a line and executing it properly"  -Edouard Lanteri

The works were first sculpted in clay and then casted into plaster.

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