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Do more Baroque High Relief carvings and sculptures

I think that every High Relief carving and sculpture Mary does she should start out by making a clay replica and then teach us woodcarving. Which is a traditional way to do sculptures and carvings which gives the artisan a reference. I would like to see more Baroque carvings and sculptures already made by great artisans from Europe through out history. That includes sculptures and carvings from architecture, and furniture, etc.