Woman I and Woman 1.3D WIP

Photo of MoMA’s Giclee print DeKooning’s 2D (flat flat flat – but not really) painting named Woman I (52nd version on its original canvas).
Alongside is my 3D sculpture WIP, at about the same scale as the original painting, color matching to those in MoMA’s Giclee print.
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Woman I print and sculpture WIP
Woman I print and sculpture WIP

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3/4 view of the sculpture.
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Woman I 3D Three-quarter view (WIP)
Woman I 3D Three-quarter view (WIP)

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Back view (first ever 3D version – even Willem deKooning hasn’t seen this).
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Woman I 3D verso (WIP)
Woman I 3D verso (WIP)

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Author: Peter Neibert

I carve stone & wood sculpture, and photograph ikebana, pictographs, landscapes and my own sculptures. I browse my images on screen until one of them speaks to me. Then I work-up something in Photoshop. Often, I do nothing with it for a long time -- perhaps until another browsing trail leads me back to it. So, it might become a simple inkjet print, or a Photoshop project, or a carving -- often I take pictures of the work-in-progress, and work them into the progress of the work. My studio is in Kentfield, California.

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