Friends, here’s my take on Beowulf, as a fragment. The internal, still quality helpful in heroic undertakings (or so I suppose) was on my mind. He stands about 15.75” tall, in Japanese air-dry clay, with mulberry papers, over an armature of aluminum and stainless steel wire, with brass rods, and Aves Fixit Sculpt epoxy clay reinforcing. Tinted with acrylics and acrylic inks.
He’s available at the moment, via eBay (he had sold, in fact, but his buyer had an emergency expense come up, so I’m listing him again). His 3 day auction ends Sunday evening, Nov. 11. This button takes you there: