At a time many of us become troubled with regrets and resentments about one's life foregone, Earline heath King discovered a new outlet for her creativity, inspiring both old and young. Her works of art took birth in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Now her sculptures find homes in galleries, public holdings, and private residences of prominent collectors throughout the United States and Europe. At fifty, heath King discovered sculpture and made it her life.
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"I came prepared to find your work good and left deeply moved, because of what you capture of a child, childhood itself, and the child in you - as it exists in the mind's eye of those who never grow older. I left knowing that a whole new world had suddenly opened for you in the promise of a rewarding career as a serious and dedicated artist. This is in truth rebirth, or youth returned, with a future as promising as it can only be for one who just came to her own."- Winfred Babcock"heath King is the most fortunate of mortals, she has been able to awaken a latent talent and it to vibrant life.""...the charm and quality of her sculpture has attracted collectors, and it is evident that she will enjoy wide acclaim from an ever growing audience.""...to achieve a likeness requires skill, but to create a portrait requires sensitivity and talent; her heads have strength, but the quality of delicacy is more predominant."- Victor J. Hammer"What a great pride and pleasure I feel every time I am reminded of how I urged Earline to find her talent in sculpturing - and what a talent it is, and what a joy its unfolding has been to me. Earline is doing a sculpture of Robert B. House, Dean and first Chancellor at UNC Chapel Hill that will go in the House Library. Dean House was totally responsible for my going to Chapel Hill, meeting my husband, and moving to Winston-Salem, where I was lucky enough to meet Earline. Call it Circle of Life, Synchronicity, or just plain Good Luck."- Sophia Cody"I want to thank you again for sharing your gift which has allowed me to find mine. Italy, last summer, was a wonderful experience, but I have yet to find anything to find the magic I felt attending your classes."- Robert Allison"As an artist, a master and mentor, Earline heath King continues with her task. The life she established for herself pleases herself. She is thankful for her work, her health, and her friends. Above all, she remains an inspiration to all she touches, bringing out their joy of self-discovery. Her convictions are best expressed in her first book Sculpture, heath King where she writes, 'The discovery of creativity in one's self is a joy I wish for everyone. It can't come too early or too late. In one form or another, I truly believe, creativity is within us all - waiting to be liberated.'"- Adam Kaye"You either know more charming and attractive people than one generally meets, or you endow average people with your lovely hand of charm..."- Alex J. Attl"You, more than anyone else, helped initiate a new direction in my life, and have since been the catalyst that helps sustain my enthusiasm for sculpting."- Vernon Geyer"Your works are magnificent, and you inspire all those who know and love you. When you accepted God's gifts, you enhanced it in such a beautiful way."- Bob McHone"As I was saying...you may have intended to be a private person, but, on the day you first lifted your voice in the presence of others, and on the day you stepped away from the clay for someone else to look, then you entered the public domain. Your life appears as a bold and dignified statement of femininity."- Glenn Yoder
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Book Description J. La'Verne Designs, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0972074775
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