Richard Freeman was a versatile artist and teacher whose work included painting, ceramics and sculpture. His sculptures have an anthropomorphic characteristic reminiscent of the works by Henry Moore. Freeman was one of the founding members of the Craftsmen Potters Association, which helped promote contemporary ceramics.
This ceramic sculpture has a dynamic arched form that rises from two asymmetric bases keeping it stable. Varied shapes meld into another and are defined by an interesting range of shadows cast.
Shows signs of wear, small chips to the pointed corners of the sculpture and some discolouring to the bottom. Signed and numbered on the base. This piece is from an edition of three.
H26 W48 D18cm
Not available for hire.