sculpture has evolved from impressionistic bronzes (sometimes
heroic-sized that reside in metropolitan public places) to quite
delightful and super-realistic figure studies, then on to fantastical
and whimsical flying machines and similar constructions. This
life-sized relief is part of a series of four such reliefs and four
life-sized three-dimensional 20s flapper girls, that once populated a
one-man show at the Denver Art Museum.
Constructed of cast and worked
fibreglass and finished with airbrushing, this piece measures 30 inches
wide by 61.5 inches high. On the upper right a stamp into the
relief reads, "Strawberries, Sugar and Cream" and "L.L.
Marcell, 1973." The piece is framed in a welded, polished steel
frame. It is unique.
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