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Unfinished Head of Nefertiti
The unfinished brown quartzite head of Queen Nefertiti, the beautiful wife of King Akhenaten was part of a composite statue. Each element was sculpted separately to be later assembled into one statue.
As it remained unfinished, the head retained the guiding lines of the sculptor: the eyebrows were marked with brown and the eyes with black. Like the rest of Akhenaten's family, the head portrayed the queen according to the Amarna style of art.
Nefertiti's oval face reflected the sensibility and grace of a woman of great spirit. The eyebrows were elongated naturally towards the temples, projecting supercilious arches and cheekbones. The eyes were half-dimmed by the slightly downcast eyelids. The shape of her mouth hinted a mysterious quality. All of these features, which were rendered with harmonious proportions, created a beautiful portrait of the queen.
My unique bedside table
This is my over sized Diet Coke can which I made as part of my A-Level art coursework several years ago. It now makes a very good bedside table, as you can see.
It's suffered a little bit of damage over the last couple of years, but I've still kept it because its one of the only things I've kept from my A-Level art, largely because when I went to collect it from school my art book was locked in a cupboard. I really regret not taking an axe to that cupboard door.
The sculpture base is made out of chicken wire covered in paper mache which was then covered in a layer of plaster. Normal wall plaster was used because I was quite cheap at the time. Once this was done a huge amount of acrylic silver paint was used.
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