By

Carol Griffin
Sanding an Alabaster Stone Squash
The shape of the butternut squash is so wonderful! Here's a video of the process of carving one out of orange alabaster stone.
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I discuss four chisels (their purpose, why I use them, etc.) that I'm working with currently. I also show close-ups as I carve with them.
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Augusta Savage poses with her sculpture
Augusta Savage poses next to one of her sculptures. New York Historical Society exhibited her work from May 3 to July 28, 2019.
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Lorrie Goulet and me at MoMA screening
Lorrie Goulet and I pose at the Museum of Modern Art screening of the "Spirit into Stone" documentary in 2019.
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Robin working on bun - 1
My friend and fellow sculptor Robin Antar graciously agreed to appear on my blog. She's a fantastic sculptor and a wonderful person as well.
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Stars and galaxies in outer space
I wonder what it will be like to carve in the earth made new, as described in Revelation 21. In this post I ruminate on what might be in the future.
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Black walnut sculpture left profile
A suggestion from the Internet helped me to achieve a beautiful natural sheen on my newest sculpture, "Enfold", in black walnut wood.
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DOC NYC Poster
"Our" documentary was also accepted into the DOC NYC film festival, one of the largest documentary film festivals in the country!
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Sara Torres Vega and Lorrie Goulet at MoMA
Art, life, art education, and love come together on a rainy October afternoon at New York City's MoMA.
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I think you will enjoy this wonderful article about the Swiss sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti. I learned so much that I didn't know before!
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