The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 2, 1988- Page9,
Figurative sculpture at the 'U'
ABOVE LEFT: Students from Louis Marin-
arow's sculpture class work on their class
projects in the art school. Each student
spends the entire term' sculpting the same
piece of art.
ABOVE RIGHT: An art student scrapes a small
piece of plasticine from his 3/4 life-size
BELOW LEFT: Among other students' pro-
jects, art school senior Chris Zalek molds the
arm of his piece.
BELOW RIGHT: Visiting Scholar Nancy
Stevenson sculpts the leg of her clay figure.
PHOTOSTORY BY ROBIN LOZNAK
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