Jerry J. Jerrie
Used by: New
1. This unnamed head was donated by Donald Hanley in the
summer of 1986.
2. Hanley was from Tinley Park, Illinois.
3. The head was molded first of clay and then a plaster cast was
made, followed by a "standard pressed in and water cured
plastic wood method," according to notes from Hanley.
4. The paint job is an oil paint done in three coats.
5. The ears of the figure are made of balsa wood.
6. If you have the
Quicktime Player, you can see this
head on the head rack in Building Two by viewing the
Quick Time Virtual Pan Number Two
(The Hanley Head is the fourth from the right on the bottom row of
the head rack.
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