The first public installation I ever did is located at Inniswood Gardens in Westerville. It was commissioned by the Herb Society of America to honor Virginia Chaney, the founder of the Columbus chapter.
Specs It is a 4 foot sculpture of a little girl holding a basket of herbs in one hand and a rose in the other.
Design and Construction I dipped real herbs in wax and burned them out. The rest of the sculpture was created in oil based clay over an armature. I used my daughter as my model for the sculpture, which is named, Le Papillion.