Her sculptures may be too real for you

Her sculptures may be too real for you

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>> Reporter: A WOMAN IN THE THROES OF A TANTRUM RIPS FEATHERS FROM A PILLOW. A MAN SHIELDS HIS FACE FROM THE FLASH OF A SUDDEN MEMORY. ANOTHER WOMAN GRIMACES AT THE RESULT OF A HAIRDO CREATED BY A BELOVED CHILD. ALL THE WORKS BY THE SCULPTOR, TIP TOLAND. >>Toland: I'M TRYING TO MAKE HER KISS. LIKE "GIVE AUNTIE A KISS." Toland: *laughs* >>Reporter: WHO AS YOU CAN SEE, TAKES GREAT PAINS TO GET THINGS JUST RIGHT. >>Toland: I LOVE DETAIL. I GET SO EXCITED BY DETAIL. >> Reporter: SO MUCH DETAIL THE ART WORLD CALLS TIP TOLAND A HYPERREALIST. METICULOUSLY ACCURATE, THE SCULPTURES MAY EVEN HAVE HUMAN HAIR, BUT WITH SOMETHING EXTRA, ALWAYS BY DESIGN. >> IN A LOT OF WAYS, THESE ARE THINLY VEILED SELF-PORTRAITS. THIS IS AN ASPECT OF MYSELF. THIS IS ABOUT UNEARTHING KIND OF PARTS OF MYSELF BUT HAVING DIFFERENT CHARACTERS AS
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STAND-INS. IT'S THEIR BODIES, BUT IT'S REALLY ME THAT I'M DESCRIBING. THAT PIECE "TANTRUM" IS THE RESPONSE TO THE INSANITY THAT I THINK IS GOING ON RIGHT NOW. IT'S JUST NEVER FELT LIKE A MORE INSANE WORLD. >> Reporter: THIS PIECE IS CALLED "BEAUTY PARLOR." >> THIS IS AN ACTUAL SELF-PORTRAIT, A LITERAL SELF-PORTRAIT. IT'S NOT THINLY VEILED. IT'S JUST PLAIN OUT ME. >> Reporter: SHE REALLY WOULD LET HER 6-YEAR-OLD GOD DAUGHTER DO HER HAIR. >> YOU MAKE YOURSELF A FOOL FOR THEIR CREATIVITY BECAUSE YOU JUST LOVE THEM. AND YOU CAN'T SAY NO. >> Reporter: THERE IS THE INSTANT REACTION YOU MIGHT HAVE COMING FACE TO FACE WITH THESE BEINGS, BUT SPEND JUST A BIT MORE TIME IN THEIR PRESENCE. AND YOU MAY FEEL SOMETHING ELSE. >> SHE IS ABLE TO REALLY TAP IN TO MULTIPLE LAYERS OF NARRATIVE AND ALSO EMOTION IN HER WORK AND HOW SHE DOES THAT IS PURE MAGIC.
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>> Reporter: TIP APPROACHES EACH SUBJECT THE WAY A NOVELIST MIGHT. CONJURING UP A BACK STORY, LOVING EACH CHARACTER LIKE A CHILD. >> I HAVE TO LOVE THEM OR I WON'T MAKE THEM WELL. IF I CAN'T MAKE THEM WITH A COMPASSIONATE UNDERSTANDING OF THEM, I WON'T MAKE THEM. AGAIN, I DON'T WANT TO BE THAT KIND OF PERSON. >> Reporter: YOU MAY BE STARTLED BY HOW REALISTIC HER SCULPTURES LOOK. BUT SHE HOPES THE NEXT STEP IS TO BE STRUCK BY HOW MUCH YOU FEEL. >> YES, I COMPLETELY BELIEVE IN EMPATHY AND COMPASSION AS ITS PARTNER AND I ALWAYS THINK THE WORLD COULD USE A LOT MORE OF IT. DEFINITELY. AND ESPECIALLY NOW.

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