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Detail: Portrait of Frederick L. Gregory by Barbara Sparhawk
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Oil on linen.
Rick is one of the few American granite sculptors; formidable rock. Works with drill and chisel. I thought him Apollo-like and added a fist of blueprints.

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  • cynthiab
    cynthiababout 7 years ago

    wonderful strong bold art

  • Jeff  Burns
    Jeff Burnsabout 7 years ago

    beautiful work.

  • Antanas
    Antanasabout 7 years ago

    Beautiful work!

  • Barbara Sparhawk
    Barbara Sparhawkabout 7 years ago

    Thank you all, so very much. Thank you Cynthia. Jeff. Antanas.
    This wonderful experience, this open gallery to the world, and so many remarkably skilled people to get to know through your work, has been heartwarming and a revelation.

  • Lydia Cafarella
    Lydia Cafarellaabout 6 years ago

    A really good portrait, Barbara! Expression is so powerful, almost iconic… Have my greetings and warm thoughts, friend!:)

  • Thank you Lidiya! Yes, he has that kind of look, very sure of himself. And greetings to you, dear friend of mine.

    – Barbara Sparhawk

  • madvlad
    madvladover 2 years ago

    great capture, sculpture in stone, is sooo much work, i,ve done clay,but never had the courage for stone,as a kid i knew as a friend, walker hancock, who introduced me to art,walker, was one of our great sculptors and one of the kindest man i have ever know, who was successful,yet still humble,

  • Thank you, madvlad, for this and the splendid plethora of other comments on my work. Oh do have the courage to tackle stone, go at it. Pick something less formidable, even soapstone, it’s an exquisite experience and you shouldn’t deprive yourself of it. You’re lucky to have known Walker Hancock, and how fortunate he was with commissions of such good size and then well placed. I’m glad to know the more personal aspects of him live up to the monuments.

    – Barbara Sparhawk

  • madvlad
    madvladover 2 years ago

    barbara, from your information of your life,you may have crossed paths with me and people i know or knew, i met walker hancock at 15, when i used to go swimming nude at his pit by his studio,and we became friends, i took the bus from my village to his, all summer,off and on, he was the most kind man, i watched him make master pieces of art, from small clay to large pieces ready to be made into bronze,he did so many famous people, in our history,and yet he took time to entertain a young foolish kid who asked too may questions he planted the seeds of my love of art, although it took years to grow, i was too busy sailing the seas and having fun, you took off right away it seems?but in spite of my late start, i have managed to do thousands of art pieces, and fell in love with art, if i had to do it again, id taken art school,but hell,i had to be me,and you , you,i am happy you did so well and met so many greats of history,,,they all fed your soul and also you got to see clay feet too,,,you got to meet ?? the famous via intent, me??serendipity,,had fun with me,, i hope you continue to be,successful in your arts and life, ,and you do write quite well, too, Barbara,,thank you for your lovely notes too hugz walt evans,,,,

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