Points, painted porcelain, 7 1/4 x 10 1/4 in.
I am showing two photographs of this piece, shot in different light, each of which highlight a certain part of the sculpture. The top photo makes the outward-angled horizontal in the center more clear, while the second photo, with its light coming from the left, shows the curved form of the main downward truncated triangle.
While sculpting this piece I attempted to have a contrast between the crisp clarity of the triangular shapes and the somewhat softer surface and edges of the background spaces. In this detail, you can see the sharp edge on the bottom left and the irregular edge on the right. I am feeling my way, with much uncertainty, as I work on these reliefs.