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  Kathy's Archived of Sculptures

Rocking Buddha

Rocking Buddha
marble on mahogany      10" by 14" by 12"
private collection

Most sculptures in the Western tradition are firmly attached to a pedestal. Of course there are practical reasons for this, but an unintended consequence is that the sculpture becomes remote from interaction with the viewer, untouchable. This seems to contradict the entire point of sculpture, which is all about touch. So I did a series of sculptures that by not being attached to their bases seem to invite touch and interaction. The Rocking Buddha rocks and also spins, in which case it should be titled the Breakdancing Buddha.

Galleries

Shaman Mask 12 link to Henry's gallery
Henry's gallery


Reunion link to Kathy's gallery
Kathy's gallery


Quail Spirit Mask link to collaborations
Collaborations

Cracked Woman Cracked Woman   Goddess of the Screwbean Mesquite Goddess of the Screwbean Mesquite   Tibetan Meditator  Tibetan Meditator  Rocking Buddha  Rocking Buddha  Captive Dancers  Captive Dancers  Beast of Burden Beast of Burden   Pregnant Woman Pregnant Woman   

Onyx Woman   Freedom   Compression Compression   Mother and Child Mother and Child   Guardian Angel Guardian Angel   the seeker   Metta

Metta Black Madonna   Onyx Woman   strutting my stuff     She Who Watches She Who Watches     Grrrrrl Grrrrl   song of home A Song of Home     drumming ecstasy Drumming Ectasy     Dancer Dancer     
 Red Mask Red Mask   Pancho Pancho   Big Horn Bighorn   

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