Tuesday, September 29, 2009
As a visitor on a recent studio tour around Merrickville, Ontario, I discovered the work of Pieter Doef. His human figures are about half life size, modelled in clay, then cast in concrete from a plaster mould of the form. Most of the sculptures in the gardens of his rural property are of people, but there are also some abstracts forms.
Pieter explained that he uses a simple mix: one half builder's sand and one half cement. He's also a prolific painter.
There are more images on a Facebook group started for him: