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building form, waiting for saints

Added the columns and the marble wall that reflects sky. plus more of the wooden paneled seats on the right hand side. The forms are beginning to emerge. The two blanks on either side are larger than life size paintings of saints. This will go in the drying box for the weekend, and I'll pull out one of the portraits to work on. I see adjustments of volume and angle I'll need to make and a drier surface will serve me well.
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