Morph X

A morph morphs

Morph III, an earlier structured sculpture with lots of negative space & unbroken cureves, influenced Pollitt's Morph X design

Morph III

Morph X was a “second go” at the design of Morph III, the piece I called “Gotcha” because I felt I’d really captured an interconnectedness I had been striving for.  In the elapsed time between my creating these two pieces, my Morph Series had taken on a very different look and feel. But I liked III so much, and it was so well received, that I wanted to do a variant of it.

Morph X, sculptural risky business by Harry Pollitt

Sculptural risky business!

Windshake Walnut with its natural cracks and faults was a risky choice of wood for the complex design that I intended. Plus, it made the piece a real featherweight.

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.

I am seriously considering adding this one to my private collection. What do you think?

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Morph X  |  11” h, 7” w, 7”d | Windshake Walnut |  Artist’s Private Collection.

Other Collected Wood Sculptures

  • Pollitt completes wood and glass sculpture commission
  • Morph XII
  • Morph XI
  • Morph X
  • Morph IX
  • Trapeze
  • Morph VIII
  • Morph V
  • Morph IV
  • Morph III
  • First Born
  • Morph
  • New Wave
  • Down Force
  • Gabriella
  • Pompeii and Raven's Peace
  • Pagoda
  • Up Draft
  • The Phoenix
  • Laughing Waters
  • Wind Drift
  • Desert Bloom
  • Splash Dance
  • Wind Swept
  • Escher Tide
  • Cliff Dwelling
  • Rhapsody
  • Nature's Ceremony
  • Torch Light
  • Brain Scan (Self Portrait)
  • Confluence
  • The Tortoise
  • Sea Ray
  • Breaching Dolphin

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