TAft er almost two weeks of cutti ng, grinding, and chiseling, stone mason and sculptor, Hector Santos, is pleased to announce the completion his first California sculpture. “Fitti ng In” (III). It is in the courtyard of the Art Queen complex. “Fitting In” (III) is part of a series of sculptures with the negative space being the shape of a human. The first “Fitting In” is in Woodstock, Vermont and is constructed entirely of stone and copper. “Fitting In” (II) is made of poured concrete and reclaimed slate shingles. It was trucked across the country and resides in Ojai, California. “Fitting In” (III) is constructed of reclaimed concrete, wood timbers, and copper. Santos decided to use reclaimed concrete instead of stone for this sculpture because it can be shaped to mimic stone and it will be kept out of the landfill. The silhouette for the sculptures “Fitting In” (I) & (II) were the shape of a man. For this sculpture, he chose the shape of a woman.