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Paige Bradley managed to get a celebrity when she presented to the audience a wonderful job under the name «Extension». This is a composition of bronze – nude woman in lotus position, through the split of the light which breaks...
Body sculpting split, and through a crack in it make their way rays of light. This remarkable composition nowadays is considered one of the greatest masterpieces of modern art. The very Paige Bradley said that «Expansion» was the result of her reflections on the critical attitude of the public to the sculpture, which depicts a man. She was able to notice that the images of people disappeared from museums, private collections and galleries type. Author of the famous work it seemed unfair, and she decided to do something modern.
Within a few months, Paige creates diligently worked on the sculpture girl in lotus pose in the nude image of wax. And then she raised her hands and thrown to the floor. Create split apart. All these parts are later cast in bronze and carefully combined with one another. Then the master began to work on the lighting system and very surprised that happened. Paige does not get tired to rejoice, saying that the work can be admired. She received many letters from people who had seen her sculpture. It has all turned out.