Mardi Gras

Change of pace.  When my biz partner and I were getting our exhibit company started in the mid-80′s, we regularly worked over 100 hours a week.  At the time, I was a devoted darkroom photographer.  However, having spent so many hours at the office or on the road, I feared that if I disappeared into the darkroom when I finally got home, my marriage would be in jeopardy.  [Jonna, over the years, has consistently said, “Bosh.”]  Whatever.  In any event, I took up carving as an artistic release that could be enjoyed while sitting at our poor, scarred kitchen table.  This lop-eared rabbit with mardi gras mask came out of those efforts.  The image is an animated GIF, the first time I’ve used one on the website.  There are more carvings on the “Sculpture & Art Objects” page of this website.

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2 Responses to Mardi Gras

  1. Judith E. Moore says:

    It’s very impressive to see that there are no limits to your talents! Well done, Steve!

  2. steverossman says:

    Believe me, most of the time I think there are nothing but limits. Thanks, Judith!

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