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Laura Baring-Gould works with Superat Wanicha to enlarge the small 2' sculpture of the Dorchester Clapp pear into an 11.5' tall sculpture at Land Space Design Studios, Bangkok Thailand 2006

To create a full-scaled sculpture, Laura worked with Paul King Foundry (Providence RI), Land Space Design (Bangkok, Thailand) and Asia Fine Arts (Ayutthaya Thailand)—a strategic financial decision, which allowed her to create the largest possible artwork within the project budget. The first phase of the project involved enlarging the original 2' clay model into an 11' tall sculpture in plaster.

Image courtesy of Laura Baring-Gould Studios