In 1980, Wiseman created his version of Debussy's "L'après midi d'une faune", with Vancouver musician David Jones as model.

The sculpture took nine months, and only two bronze castings were made. One was stolen from an exhibition at Douglas College in New Westinster, BC. A fifteen-minute time-lapse movie was made of the sculpting process by Vancouver filmmaker Peter Lipskis.

42 x 20 x 27 cm
Artist's collection
casting: Harman sculpture foundry

Ten years earlier, Wiseman completed a faune painting as a set design and backdrop for Ballet Horizons' presentation of "L'après midi d'une faune".

Photo by Renee Doruyter