Switching to sculpture, artist also going to Baja
He learned that the Anasazi disappeared and became a “lost tribe,” a notion that fascinates him. Six months ago, Kasper said, he returned to Palomar to study clay work so he could turn his fanciful vision of the Anasazi into art. His pieces have a wood or marble base with a thin metal pole supporting feet, bodies and heads made with clay, colorful feathers and beads. They can be seen on his Web site, billkasperstudio.com.