Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have the second in a series of discussions with current resident artists at the Archie Bray Foundation. In this episode Richard James, Kelsey Duncan and Iva Haas talk about building a character study for figurative sculpture, the choice to improvise or not in the creative process, and how a creative practice can shift the maker’s world view. To see images of their work, visit www.archiebray.org.

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L to R: Kelsey Duncan, Richard James, Iva Haas

L to R: Kelsey Duncan, Richard James, Iva Haas

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