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April 14, 2011




Lawrence Halter

The sculpture on the first picture is something to behold.

I just can't get over the fact that this was a sculpture made out of wires. Incredibly, it doesn't have a feeling that it's hollow. I can hardly imagine how painstaking it must have been for the artist to maintain its shape while working on it. It's completely mesmerizing.

helen nock

Thank you for sharing Lesley Dill. Wonderful

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