The third exhibition Sculptural Forms 3 continues the theme of a sculptural representation of the human figure in the medium of ceramics. In these works the body is treated in a minimalist fashion with the paring down of surface detail and features. There is a detached, moody aspect in the facial expressions.
The body parts are polymorphic shapes, not always recognisable as the limbs they are depicting, becoming part of the work through their positioning in relation to each other. There is an off centre placement of the heads and a conscious use of positive and negative space - often expressed in a playful manner and repeated throughout the works.
Some have cavities for water catchment incorporated in their design which is an added dimension, by the use of another also tactile element. These works are a prelude to larger works which may happen in the future.