Bob Pulley, 2006
Local artist Robert Pulley’s eleven organic forms appear to march in procession along the hillside as visitors exit the city.
The hand-built stoneware fired ceramic sculptures combine references to the human figure with organic and geologic forms
On his website, Bob says, “I have always been intuitive, reactive, and spontaneous. I love improvisation, expression, and the power of chance and serendipity. In my creative process, there is always a time of free improvisation using easily manipulated materials on a small scale. The materials may have qualities of a found object, chance forms that must be reacted to, much as a jazz musician riffs off a casual theme. The resulting models are very crude, casual, and many. A chosen few undergo editing, refinement and transformation as they are built into full size sculptures.”
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