ROSIE SANDIFER
Language of Art
Rosie Sandifer
Introduction by Robin Salmon
Foreword by Tuck Langland

Rosie Sandifer documents the evolution of the artistís career as both painter and sculptor, from painting portraits, genre, and landscape to sculpting tabletop and public monuments. The painting collection includes pastels, watercolors, acrylics, and oils, and depicts her ventures throughout the American West as well as international travels. Her sculptures have narrative qualities, and can be viewed at installations, nationally.

Rather than a catalog of Sandiferís figures, this book includes the stories behind the sculptures - - why they were created and their unique installations. Sandiferís life-size and monumental clay originals and the works in progress in her studio and at the foundry are displayed, and the clay-to-bronze process is described step by step.

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Date: July
Trim Size: 11 x 11
Page Count: 184 pages
Image Count: 150 color plates
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 978-0-9679034-3-9