Arum Lilly, (1995) 2015

Bronze resin 65 x 23 x 20cm – £1950

Inspired by Georgia o’Keeffe, this sculpture on the face of it represents a flower – as well as a potent feminine symbol.

With its sinuous lines, it is a form closely based on an arum lily; the sculpture consists of two parts: the vessel like root stock, and the large leaf stretching and yearning upwards. Flowing lines describe a vessel gradually opening as it grows upwards.

This form makes me reflect about “feminine” qualities of holding, containing and receiving .Often falsely considered “passive”, these qualities are subtly active: allowing, selecting, responding, within the steady time scale of nature.

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