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Saving face in plaster

Artist’s unique ‘Baby Faces’ to be among works on view during Stockade Art Show

“Ratio,” plaster and metal, is one of Robert Laper’s “Baby Face” sculptures.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
“Ratio,” plaster and metal, is one of Robert Laper’s “Baby Face” sculptures.
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Schenectady artist Robert Laper is a talented painter and cartoonist, but on Saturday at the Stockade Art Show, he’s quite sure that it’s his “Baby Face” sculptures that will cry out to viewers. “I get the most response from these. You either love it or you hate it,” he said, pointing to the small wall sculptures in the kitchen of his Stockade apartment. The pudgy-cheeked white plaster cherubs, made with the faces of antique toy ...


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