A windy day

Made by Sandra Grossman

This little girl figure is based on a photo of my granddaughter. It was taken from behind but I could imagine the front view. I hope it evokes the summer day.

Windy Day Girl and Kite Figure Sculpture

9 thoughts on “A windy day”

  1. Awesome! I just want to know what is holding up that kite? Does wind come with it. What a joyous figure. Thank you.

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    • Haha! I used a wire bread tie – it seemed the nearest thing to a cord and had the strength to keep the kite aloft – no wind needed ?
      Thank you for the feedback!
      Sandy

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      • What people don’t think of to use. I never would have guessed, and I wouldn’t have thought a tie was strong enough to hold up anything. Thank you. I love the way you think! and this is a great piece.

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        • Thank you,Rex! Part of the fun for me always is solving the little challenges of the piece. I walk about in small circles brainstorming what and how to use stuff around the house ?
          I will check out your work now!

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          • I don’t think I’ll ever open a loaf of bread without thinking of you! My dog and I walk around in big circles, and my paper mache drawer is full of “unusual” stuff, but I usually don’t get from A to B. Thanks for the laugh. And amazement.

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        • Thank you,Rex! Part of the fun for me always is solving the little challenges of the piece. I walk about in small circles brainstorming what and how to use stuff around the house ?
          I will check out your work now!

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