Re: Moroles unveiled
I visited Candyce Garrett's studio while she was working on a tall figure in limestone. That was back in early 1990's. I was salivating with envy to be able to work on a stone that large.
It was her who informed me of the quarry in Garden City, Texas, only miles from where I lived and went to school. I drove near that quarry several times on the way to the Midland-Odessa airport and never knew its existence. As a stone sculptor I should have known about such a place.
I love the human quality and element in Candyce's work, mostly the limestones. Her granite work after the encounter with Moroles resemble too much like Moroles.
"Every time I make a mistake I fall into the abyss of learning something New"