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# 9072


by Julia S. Rasor

18" x 6" x 7" | Ceramic | $1,700.00

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Status: Sold

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SOLD. Accepted and on exhibit at La Jolla Art Association 5th Annual Black & White Juried Exhibition Sep 23-Oct 12, 2014. Artist's Reception Oct 4, 5pm - 8pm. The namesake for the sculpture “Carmen” is the main character in the opera Carmen by the French composer Georges Bizet first performed at the Opera-Comique in Paris, on 3 March 1875. The opera character is a fiery Gypsy seductress. In contrast to Bizet’s Carmen, the sculpture “Carmen” dons modern day clothing yet still exudes the aura and vamp of a temptress. The sculpture was made without a model or picture, she sprung from imagination. “Carmen” is made of midfire ceramic and possesses technically difficult components of a large thin hat and freely movable encircling bracelet.



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