It's Me, Alice

She was a skinny little stripper who danced under a wide variety of stagenames. She was surprised that all I wanted was to cast her. I had to get her real name, for a release. 
So I called it, It's Me, Alice.
Reinforced Hydrocal, acrylic bronze finish.
This piece was donated to the Playhouse on the Square annual auction in 1994, and purchased by an art-collecting doctor who has become a good friend. It's hanging in his office.

I have to doubt that Alice is still alive, but who knows how people turn out.

The torso portion of the mold survived and I cast a rough-edged statue in it. Painted bronze finish.


Sold at Gallery 509, Aug.1999.

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