Here the viewer shares with the sculptor the conception and execution of a work of art. The film shows the creation of a monumental bronze work, by Montréal sculptor Charles Daudelin, that now stands outside the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. In the film, work is at the styrofoam stage where the model is shaped with knife, saw and blowtorch into the exact form the finished bronze is to take. A film without words.
1969, 13 min 13 s
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