27" x 15" x 5"
This sculpture was executed over a two year period from alabaster found in the State of Utah. It rests on three bases, two of which are part of the stone, a polished base on the bottom above the granite slab, and a rough pointed base beneath the sculpture itself.
The sculpture is a spiral strand turning on a horizontal axis. Each end extends to infinity. The form moves both horizontally and vertically searching for its own manner of expression along the spiral course. The head rubs against the body and twists, yearning to touch or find something just over there. The tail divides, then divides again, extending as high as it can go, arcing and lengthening. It aspires--effortlessly--to fulfill its dominant purpose.