Morph VI

Almost not a Morph

It’s not nice to talk about favorites in front of the children, but Morph VI is one of my all-time favorite wood sculptures.

Morph VI, wood sculpture in Black Cherry by Harry Pollitt
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The lines, movement and proportions just worked so well together. This was another difficult piece to visualize and execute. A real fun challenge.

Morph IV, earlier wood sculpture by Harry Pollitt

Morph IV

In retrospect, I should have considered naming this finished piece outside the Morph Series. With a previous piece, named Morph IV, the work had begun to take a new turn – no pun intended.

Actually, this one, Morph VI, is taking fewer turns and becoming more open.  I sense this “opening up,” this morphing, will continue to unfold.

Morph X, reverting back to a design theme Pollitt thought he had outgrown.

Morph X

ARTIST’S LATER NOTE:  My sense of impending design changes was correct — with the exception of Morph X which surfaced itself like a haunting refrain.


Morph VI  |  1’- 4” h, 10” w, 6” 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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