Computer generated bust of Stuart Regen (1959-1998). Stuart Regen was a widely respected Los Angeles art dealer who also helped develop the Academy Award-winning movie "Leaving Las Vegas". Mr. Regen was a graduate of Skidmore College, where he studied arts admininstration. His interest in art stemmed partly from that of his mother, Barbara Gladstone, who opened her own gallery in Manhattan in 1980.
This three dimensional sculpture was machine milled and turned from data points captured with a Cyberware Echo 3D Portrait Scanning Digitizer. I distortion stretched Stuart's head data in the vertical axis to create a taller appearance.
I also digitized the bust of Richard Kuhlenschmidt as part of an ongoing project entitled "The Dealer Show", a collection of computer generated busts representing the world's leading art dealers.