Morph III


I’ve just subtitled Morph III as “Gotcha” because I subconsciously captured something I have been seeking in my work for a very long time.

Resnating to the twists and turns of this work, Pollitt looks forward to a series

Morphed maturity

While it built off its two predecessors, the differences in Morph III resonate within me.

Yes, it has the “ribbonesque” feel of the first two pieces, but…the interconnectedness, the flow, the negative space, the twists and turns seem to have come into their own.  They have  “morphed” into 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.


[P.S. What I didn’t know then was that this piece would also provide me with a design confidence to cross-over into my glass sculpture.  Harry 2010]
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Morph III  |  9” h, 6” diameter | American Black Walnut | SOLD

Creating Morph III

Creating Morph III, in wood cylinder stage with initial design linescreating-morphiii-2Morph III, by Harry Pollitt, sweeps and curves and final sanding complete

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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