Primitive Woman 1, 1990

Bronze Resin  83 x 31 x 31cm – SOLD

Second version   cast  in 2023 , £3950

Originally carved from Lincolnshire (Ancaster) stone , this figurative bronze sculpture embodies the dense, compressed attributes of that material: steadfastness and endurance. Her neck is squashed, with her head hardly rising above her body; her arms are so tightly held against her body, that they seem embedded.

Her stance is ambivalent: from the profile view , she appears dynamic : her hair is pulling her backwards, simultaneously straining and bending forwards, as if struggling against the wind. From the front however, this sculpted stone woman seems immobile, rooted to the earth that she defends will all the massive volume of her compact body .

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