A small piece, only six inches square. Just when I start to think that making larger Foundlings are so difficult to create, I am reminded that simple, small works are just as difficult (perhaps more so). How to find that perfect point where simple is not predictable, and small is not boring? And small pieces always run the risk of looking like a souvenir.
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