This portrait ‘study’ of Ruby by painter Jordan Sokol was originally created to take part in Sokol’s first solo exhibition titled ‘Ruminations’ at Arcadia Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA back in the Summer of 2017. Instead, they began working on a new portrait having abandoned this one as a ‘Study’.
Ruby, 2019. 9 x 5 x 10cm. Edition of 10, by Poppy Field, has been selected for FACE2020, The Society of Portrait Sculptors 56th Exhibition. We were very pleased to announce our part in FACE2020, which was originally due to open in May at La Galleria Pall Mall, London. Thankfully, however, an online virtual exhibition can viewed here.
Originally shared on The Society of Portrait Sculptors’s Facebook: ‘As told by Ruby Magic to Will Gompertz: “When I pose, I’m using my body to search for a sublime form – I’m trying to create a puzzle for the artists to solve… It is a surprisingly exciting life for someone who spends so much time standing still!”’
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‘Everything is Now’ by sculptor Poppy Field was produced in Florence Italy. This piece has been created as a reduction that was taken from a life size version.
Everything is Now(reduction), 2019, 45 x 12.5 x 12.5cm, is for sale and you can contact the sculptor herself by clicking on the link here.
Photographs by Steve Russell Studios
‘Allegory of Virtue’ by César Meza., 2017 Graphite pencil, black color pencil, and white chalk on hand toned cotton paper (Fabriano Artistico 300grs)., 51 x 38 cm.
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‘Ellipsis’ by Alexandra Slava 2017., Clay 17 x 55cm.
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‘Ellipsis’ by Alexandra Slava 2019., Resin Edition1/6.
‘The Poet’ was exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery London as part of the prestigiously known BP Portrait Award, 2019. The portrait is of Ruby, a poet who is also Dalessio’s friend and an artist’s model. Dalessio says that she was interested in telling the story of: ‘Strong women who dare to pursue their dreams and chose non-conventional paths in life … my way to pay homage to the female struggle, strength, intelligence and beauty.’
Every year the BP Portrait Award Visitors’ Choice offers exhibition visitors the opportunity to vote for their favourite portrait in the show. This year 19,661 votes were cast between 13 June and 6 October via screens outside the exhibition and on the website.
The overall winner was The Poet by Tina Orsolic Dalessio which received 2643 votes.
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‘Ruby in Profile’ by Francis O’Neill., 2013 oil on lien.
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Charcoal study by Daisy Perkins 2014., charcoal on cartage paper.
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