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Pollitt completes wood and glass sculpture commission

Pollitt completes wood and glass sculpture commission

Signed and delivered. Wood and glass sculpture commission is named GENESIS. Pollitt creates a nested, kiln cast glass & maple burl sculpture from two wax cylinders. View the ethereal results.

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Morph XII

Morph XII

Morph XII : One aspect of my designs that I have not discussed much is exemplified in Morph XII. Asymmetry…which I personally define as comfortable unpredictability. It allows walking around this piece, and most of my other work, and seeing different things in the journey.

Morph XII | 1′-6″ h, 10″ w, 6″ d | Black Walnut | SOLD

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Morph XI

Morph XI

Morph XI embodies my favorite sweeps and sensuous curves, but it also displays a rather dramatic and extremely stylized human form. In the process, it violates the traditional “Golden Thirds” rule. But my roguish nature likes breaking rules.

Morph XI | 1′-6″ h, 7″ diameter | Bay Laurel | SOLD

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Morph X

Morph X

Morph X : I do love the outcome of the movement and tight undulations. It’s fun to allow your eyes to trace the edge-line along its one, continuous, unbroken curve.

Morph X | 11” h, 7” w, 7”d | Windshake Walnut | Inquire.

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Morph IX

Morph IX

Morph IX : The question was “How far can I push the limits, especially in Cherry?”

Morph IX | 1′-3″ h, 11″ w, 6″ d | Black Cherry | SOLD

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Trapeze

Trapeze

Trapeze : Designing Trapeze was as much presenting Nature’s inherent beauty as it was my melding with it. Hanging as a wall sculpture, the piece is oriented as the trees stood, lower trunk at bottom, upper limbs spreading at top.

Trapeze | 18″h, 14″w, 3″d | Crotch Burl Walnut | Wall Sculpture | Inquire.

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Morph VIII

Morph VIII

Morph VIII : Everything about this piece was just plain nuts. It’s one thing to make a curl-over, but to do one that is also on a curve?

Morph VIII | 1′-4″ h, 10″ w, 6″ d | Black Cherry | SOLD

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Morph V

Morph V

Morph V : I purposely selected a wood whose grain and figure would not strongly distract from my intended design. That’s why I chose the wood I most love – walnut. Solid, straight-grained and unfigured.

Morph V | 10” h, 10” w, 7”d | American Black Walnut | SOLD

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Morph IV

Morph IV

Morph IV : A long vertical tunnel runs the entire length of the piece. Then it splits open and curls in on itself in a decreasing radius curve.

Morph IV | 1′-4″ h, 7″ dia | Cherry | In the Private Collection of Gaye Gravely Pollitt.

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Morph III

Morph III

Morph III : has a maturity that I hope will carry an entire series in wood, because I’m having way too much fun to stop now. I want to see where it takes me.

Morph III | 9” h, 6” diameter | American Black Walnut | SOLD

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First Born

First Born

First Born : Set aside for almost four years because the refinement and sanding process is a discipline I found lacking in those days!

First Born | 1’-11”h, 7” diameter | Aromatic Red Cedar | SOLD

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Morph

Morph

Morph : Although I’ve often said that I will take my inspiration wherever I can find it, I never expected to find it at a party in a bowl of pot-pourri.

Morph | 1′-0″ h, 8″ diameter | Windshake Walnut | SOLD

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New Wave

New Wave

New Wave : This piece insisted on showing off soft lines and wide broad surfaces of its grain and texture.

New Wave | 12” h, 1’-8” w, 9” d | Windshake Walnut | SOLD

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Down Force

Down Force

Down Force : like Up Draft, is also a mobius band – this time 25 feet long and sculpted to counter the skeptics!

Down Force | 1’-10” h, 10” square | Basswood | SOLD

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Gabriella

Gabriella

I am humbled to have been commissioned and entrusted with this baptismal font project, blessed with the inspiration for its creation, and rewarded by the response of the donors, ministers and congregation to its grace, power & function.

Gabriella | 3′-2″ h, 2′-4″ w, 2′-6″ d | Russian Hard Maple, American Black Walnut , Hammered Copper Baptismal Bowl | Commissioned

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