It seemed easy enough. To show how much wool a sheep grows in a season just shear off half the wool and have the sheep stand sideways. Knowing nothing about sheep I figured I'd have this picture done in an afternoon. Here's the plan: find a sheep that is wearing one season's wool. Hire a good shearer. Give the sheep half a haircut and... Read More


Half Shorn Sheep 

by Cary Wolinsky
Item number:  CW0026
Location:  Melbourne, Australia
Created:  1986    Copyright:  1986

Edition and Image Sizes:  Not including border.  
18h by 27w inches, edition 30  

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Frame:  Unframed
Print Method:  Archival Inkjet
Signature:  Obverse, right side, Cary S Wolinsky

Published:  National Geographic, May 1988

Gallery Information:  Pucker Gallery, Boston

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