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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.
The lines, movement and proportions just worked so well together. This was another difficult piece to visualize and execute. A real fun challenge.
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.
1’- 4” h, 10” w, 6” dia
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.