Morph VII

Black Cherry wood sculpture

Complementary curves define this Black Cherry wood sculpture.  It is small and graceful.  And I think it moves well and makes a real statement for its size.

Black Cherry wood sculpture, Morph VII, simple but graceful and open.
The inward sweeping lines are meant to complement each other, even when in opposition to one another. I worked to capitalize on the principles of line, form and balance.

I admit I borrowed a few line ideas from Morph IV and Morph VI – resulting in its slender, open front curl, and up-swept spire on top.  That influence, I believe is natural and part of my inborn desire to constantly improve on my sweeps and curves.  And, besides, since it’s my work I’m borrowing from, I do not feel the least bit guilty of plagiarism.

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Morph IV

Morph VI, one of the artist's all-time favorite, displays sweeps, curves, lines & proportions that was also his inspiration for a later glass sculpture, Ode to Morph

Morph VI

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Morph VII  |  1’- 2” h, 7” w, 5”d | Black Cherry | Inquire.

Other Available Wood Sculptures

  • Morph XIV
  • Oceania
  • Chocolate Twist II
  • Chocolate Twist
  • Charybdis
  • Morph VII
  • Moab
  • Infinity Rising
  • Morph VI
  • Morph II
  • Split Personality
  • Monument Mesa
  • Womb with a View
  • Passages into the Void
  • Vanilla Sky
  • Cross Current
  • Wave Length
  • Amphora
  • Cherry Twist
  • Ra
  • Call of the Wild
  • Wind Dancer
  • Romancing the Stone
  • Untitled 01-03
  • Flug Ober Muotatal
  • Both Sides Now
  • Gaia
  • Georgia

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