David Kennedy, sculptor, lived and worked on the island of Aegina near Piraeus with his wife Maya. His favorite models were their animals, above all their goat Niovi, the star of all of them. When we asked him why, his answer was: “Because I am an animal too.”
He used the ancient technique of melting wax for sculpting in bronze until he became too old to continue. From then on, he confined himself to making wooden spoons for Maya’s kitchen. David passed away in February 2014. His last words to us were “tempus fugit” (time is escaping).