Waiting In The Wings Sculpture by Richard Arfsten

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Waiting In The Wings

Richard Arfsten

United States


Size: 5 W x 15 H x 4 D in

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Sculpture: Metal on Aluminium.

I can see four actors waiting in the wing to go on stage after the curtain closes and opens again. I can also see a company who makes yearly changes to their product line. It takes years to come up with so you need to have multiple changes in the pipeline. The elements could represent products in the development process or some such idea.

The sculpture will come with a stone base to sit loose on if used as a desk top sculpture

There is no reason the sculpture has to mean something. I just get questions asking the meaning so I like to have a little story to tell. The best part is you can make up your own stoty. It could be symbolic of your children or anything you want.

If you like this piece you might like to see more. I have hundreds more in different styles and themes. Enter "Arfsten" in the search box in the upper right to see them.

This maquette is available for enlargement as are all the others in my maquette library. Please talk to me about enlargement as well as the additional fee.

If you have an interest in my sculpture there is a lot of it on you tube that shows it in the round with some conversation to explain things. Search “You Tube Richard Arfsten sculpture” also Pinterest “Richard Arfsten sculpture”.

I also have a lot more sculpture that I am trying to find the time to put here on Saatchi. Google Richard Arfsten sculpture and hit images on the top of the opening page.

The major value in these pieces is the maquette aspect. The maquette is a three-dimensional model or blueprint that works to show that the design is accurate and can be built larger. A metal fabricator measures off of it to make the patterns to build from, just like a talor uses your measurements to make your clothes. When presenting ideas to a client for consideration most sculptors submit a concept drawing on a piece of paper. A maquette is the actual sculpture in miniature. When you lift it up to view at eye level it will depict the sculpture exactly as it will be seen in real life as if you were walking up to it.





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